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Outlook 2003 "Other" Calendars become Unchecked.

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I have a user thats "other" public calendar shows in there left navigation pane but needs to be re-checked each time they close out and re-open Outlook. What is the reason and fix for this.

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Outlook automatically defaults to your personal / default calendar. Else, if you have access to that mailbox, then it'll keep it selected and open.
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It's not a mailbox, but a public calendar. It is accesible but the user has to re-check the box next to it if they want to view the calendar each time they close and open outlook. I want to avoid that.
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