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After the Mailbox Import from / using Outlook, but keep seeing outlook reminders pop up from 2004 , 2005 etc ?

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Hi Everyone,

I've just successfully imported the exported / archived PST mailbox files into users mailbox, but somehow I keep seeing outlook reminders pop up from 2004 , 2005 etc ?

is there any way to disable it permanently or ignore it ?
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In the past I have used outlook.exe /cleanreminders
and then outlook.exe /resetfolders

I used it for a client that had the same old reminders popping up over and over on Outlook 2003.

I do not know which version Outlook you are using or if you have imported to many mailboxes to perform this.

You should research the result of these switches on your version of Outlook to see if they could work.
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Thanks for the reply I'm using Outlook 2007 SP2
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