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Outlook 2010 folder view - Folders Arrangment

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One of my users has logged on to find the arrangement of the folders in outlook has changed, not how the mail is sorted in outlook but the folders themselves. Normally 'Calendar' is at the top but its now half way down the list and I;m not entirely sure how to move it back. How do you sort out the arrangement of folders in folder view?

I have included a very basic screenshot to show you what I mean.
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Question by:Powerhousecomputing
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A known bug....close outlook and restart ....the folders should go back to normal
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Also, if you are not running any custom views...then
Close oulook...goto
Start > Run > outlook.exe /cleanviews
this is supposed to fix any corrupted views
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Thanks for the help
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