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Odd outlook calendar question

Posted on 2011-02-24
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Odd problem.
My boss has a standing meeting that  he moves, daily, to the next day.
Today, he moved it, and it keeps coming back to today.
Any idea on this one?
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If cache mode it enabled, remove it.
If PST is link remove it

Then test it

If you have any phone that do sync with outlook check that.
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