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Tasks missing in To-Do pane in Outlook 2010 in cached mode

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We've just installed Exchange 2010 and I started migrating users over from Exchange 2003 a couple of weeks ago.

One of my fellow IT people has been using Office 2010 for many months, and relies heavily on her To-Do pane to track her tasks.  After moving her mailbox, no items show up in the To-Do pane.  If she goes to tasks, they're all there.  If she changes to cached mode, everything works properly.  I've already tried the /resettodobar switch.  Any other ideas?
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want to give a try with "outlook /cleanviews"
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No resolution to this issue has been found, but Expert's Exchange is hounding me to close this.
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