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Outlook 2010 tries to open calendar on external mail receipents

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Hi,

have a strange problem with ol 2010 (x86) on windows 2008 r2 (citrix xenapp6).
Trying to send a mail with 10 external mail receipents outlook will give an error (could not read the calendar, not connected to microsoft exchange).
If I run outlook in safe mode everything is fine.
I've tried to disable the addins one at a time, but no luck.
Exchange platform is 2007, If I use outlook 2007, everything is fine.

Regards
Jon
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>> is this happening to all the mailboxes\machines?

>> where are these external users\receipients? added as the Outlook contacts? any settings-configurations on these Outlook contacts?
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The solution/workaround was to turn off the social connector plugin which shows information from your external contatcs. Seems to be a bug here though.

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Found the solution myself. experimenting with the settings under social connector plugin.
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