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Issue with to do bar in Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-21
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The is an issue with the 'To-Do' Bar in Microsoft Outlook, it comes up with 'this operation has failed'. I have tried adding a new mail profile, re-installing office and also tried creating a new profile in the local admin account but it still does not work and comes up with the same message! any answers???
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Take a look for duplicate ost files.
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Deleted the ost files, didnt work?
I have also tried creating a new profile which didnt work!
I have also used the outlook switch \resettoolbar which also didnt work!
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We created a new mail box and imported all the data and it seemed to do the trick!
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