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Tasks are missing from outlook 2007 / Exchange 2003

Posted on 2013-01-08
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Suddenly a users tasks are gone (everything else is still there) I've checked the views and made sure they were not hidden. Any suggestions.
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Have you tried starting with outlook.exe /resettodobar switch?
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Is the user synching with any other devices?
They didn't go add more than one category to their tasks did they?  This is a flaw, if you assign more than one category they disappear, see this link if that's the case: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1053657

YOu might try setting the user up on another system and see if the tasks appear, if so, it' s an outlook problem and solvable.
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Ill check on the category idea . It does sync with an iPad an iPhone but has for sometime, they also access outlook on 2 laptops
 and a term server and they are gone on all 3 devices
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Check any Autoarchiving ?
So you say no sycn with any device or tablet ?
Hope no customization created for that folder
Did you check with "Recover Deleted Items" ??

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