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Shared Calendar disappearing in outlook 2007

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Hello,

I have an Exchange 2010 server and I have around 10 to 20 users. we are using outlook 2007 and 2010. I created three calendars in my outlook 2007 and I shared them with the rest of the users. I found out that one of the shared calendars disappeared in my outlook! I can't find it!! I was gonna make some changes on the user permissions but I is not there anymore!!!!!!! All the other users can access it and make appointments etc! I don't think I deleted accidentally because if I did then all the other users would have been affected or they should not be able to access it but the DO!! I not sure what happened in my outlook that this calendar just vanished!! Do you have any idea how to find out of fix this issue?


Thanks a lot!!
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Start a new profile and see if they come back?
Hope that helps,
Olaf
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by:hugonieto
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Thanks Olaf,

I actually took another laptop and I created the the profile in this new laptop and still now showing up! Do you have and idea of what could it be?




Thanks,
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Olaf De Ceuster earned 500 total points
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Faulty Outook profiles are very common.
In SBS domains where email sits on the server and you keep an offline copy locally you can easily start a new profile without loosing anything.
Make a new profile (control panet>mail)  and start it , the rest will be done for you.
Olaf
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