Change Outlook new appointment default start/end date/time

I have Outlook 2010.  I recently installed an application (ShoreTel communicator) that had some Outlook integration piece.  It didn't work well with Outlook, so I uninstalled the Outlook integration piece.  When it was installed, it changed Outlook's calendar button from "New Appointment" to "New Shoreware Appointment".  Now that I've removed the integration, it's back to saying "New Appointment", but annoyingly, when you create a new appointment it always comes up with a start time of TODAY at 12:00 AM with and end time of TOMORROW at 12:00 AM (if you have a future day selected, the new appointment will begin the day selected at 12:00 am and end the next day at 12:00 am).  The All day event IS NOT SELECTED.

This is annoying to way the least.  Somehow it has broken the behavior, it's as if it's an all day event but not really.

This is the same behavior if I click the button on the ribbon or if I right click a day on the calendar and choose new appointment.

However, if I click the button New Items on the ribbon and choose Appointment from the drop down choices, it creates a new item for DAY SELECTED at 8:00 AM ending DAY SELECTED at 8:30 AM.  This is how the New Appointment is supposed to work.

Also, if I right click a calendar day OR hit the button on the ribbon for a New Meeting Request, it creates an item for  DAY SELECTED at 8:00 AM ending DAY SELECTED at 8:30 AM.  Again, this is normal.

How can I restore this to the normal functionality???
jackadminAsked:
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TrefenwydCommented:
The first thing I would do is uninstall and reinstall Outlook

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jackadminAuthor Commented:
I can do that, I was just hoping that I could simply change the default behavior back.
TrefenwydCommented:
Have you checked the Add-Ins and the Trust Center (in Outlook options) to see if any ShoreTel things are still in there? There may be remnants if it doesn't uninstall correctly.
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