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Outlook 2010 - My navigation pane is not showing me everything

Posted on 2013-10-29
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In my navigation pane I'm not seeing my calendar, or other icons.  I just see them in my quick launch area.  How can I have all my features shown direction under my email address (see graphic).
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Close outlook. goto run and type

outlook.exe /resetfolders
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reset folders didn't work.
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Ok, Can you remove and reconfigure profile again. If you have any PSt attached remove it.
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