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Posted on 2013-01-05
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The delegate gets an error when somebody accept meeting while using Personal folders

"This meeting is not in  the calender it may have been moved or deleted"
xxxxx has accepted this meeting

Thanks in Advance
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What do you mean by "using Public Folders" ?
Is the meeting created by the Delegate or the Owner ?
You receive a meeting and see a small note that meeting is not in your calendar

To fix the problem do the following.
Close your outlook and search your computer for FRMCACHE.DAT file.
Make sure to select hidden and system files.
Delete it.
Restart Outlook.

Outlook should rebuild FRMCACHE.DAT file.
Other option is to to run outlook.exe /cleanreminders command line switch

Does the same happen with OWA\Webmail ?

- Rancy
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1. The owner has 2 assistants so would have to confirm that who created the meetings
2. Yes they do receive a small popup i guess with the error message
3. Havent checked with Webmail
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It was one of the Delegates using a Device with some incorrect information with her profile causing this issue ...... Resolved now Thanks
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