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Deleted Intenet Calendar Keeps Reappearing

Chip Levinson
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Last Modified: 2012-08-15
Hi,

I am having problems with an internet calendar that just won't go away.  I use Outlook 2007 and starting about 10 days ago I was get the following error message every time I hit Send/Receive:

Task 'Internet Calendar Subscriptions' reported error (0xC8304005). The file 'SBLL Events' is not a valid internet calendar.  

SBLL events is for a little league and they shut down their calendar.

ve3ofa showed me where to go to delete it - control panel, mail, Email Accounts, then the internet Calendar tab

I followed the instructions and the error went away.  The problem is that it came back a few days later!  We use SBS 2003 with Outlook.  Is SBS or Exchange somehow restoring this Internet Calendar after I delete it?  I also have two computers that are used to access these email accounts.  They are usually not on at the same time.  Do I need to delete this calendar from both computers?

Thanks for your help!
Chip
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