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Outlook Ical Going Disapears

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Hi,

I have an iCal link I added to Outlook 2013, and after a reboot or two, it does not show in my calendar, I have to re add it again.

Any ideas?
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Outlook 2013 connected to Exchange? Which version?
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Is it a time zone issue? Can you check with the person who gives you the ical link?

Reference:

https://discussions.apple.com/message/10108361#10108361

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Check the event viewer of the exchange server.
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