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Outlook 2007 closes when accepting appointments

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Whenever I accept a caledar appointment generated by some one else Outlook 2007 closes completely.
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Try opening outlook with the cleanfreebusy switch from the run command.  outlook.exe /cleanfreebusy

That should work with outlook 2007.
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Nope, that wasn't it...
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No other solution works.
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