OUtlook looses appointment subject line when appointment time slot changed by dragging & BCM 2010 is loaded

Hi Experts

The problem is...In outlook 2010 calendar when I drag an appointment to increase or decrease the time e.g. original appointment is 14.00 to 16.00, drag to change the appointment to 14.00 to 17.00 - the subject text is lost from the appointment. Any notes are kept.

If you move the appointment by dragging it to a different date or timeslot (length of time not changed) the subject text stays intact.

Uninstall BCM 2010 and this resolves the problem...but I want to use BCM so...

Anybody else experienced this and know a fix for it?

System set-up in case it helps is roughly...
I am running Outlook 2010 with Business Contact Manager 2010 on a Windows 7 (32bit) system set-up.
The BCM is a shared database and the database is on my server. We are running Exchange 2007.

 I've tried to search the microsoft site for help but ended up none the wiser :-(
(Also tried it on another PC with similar set-up and I get the same results)

Any help for fixes or info about this greatly appreciated.


Many thanks
Marion
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Access_MSAuthor Commented:
Hello
Quick update - I uninstalled BCM on one PC and then re-installed it and the problem seems to be resolved.
I am curious if anyone else has had a similar problem?
It seems strange that uninstalling on one PC fixes the problem on the other one too?
Any ideas Experts?
Marion

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