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SP2010 Group Calendar not showing items, they do show in synced Outlook Calendar

Hello,

I am using a Group Calendar and created three items.  If I try to Double-Book, the Check button will tell me there are conflicts.

The calendar is synced to Outlook and I can view the items in the Outlook Calendar, but none of the items display in the Group Calendar in SharePoint.

Using:
SharePoint 2010 Enterprise
Outlook 2010
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Jamie McAllister MVPArchitectCommented:
Check there aren't some filters on the view that are hiding the items.
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Modifier1000Author Commented:
The filter is set to Show All Items.
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Jamie McAllister MVPArchitectCommented:
Create a new calendar view not based on the existing one. Does it behave in the same way?
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Modifier1000Author Commented:
By the way, when I open the Calendar from SP2010 in SP Designer, the Calendar does show the items.

To recap:
Items will show on Calendar in Outlook and SP Designer.

But not when I view it in SP.
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Jamie McAllister MVPArchitectCommented:
In List Settings - General Settings, Title and Description, is "Use this calendar to share member's schedule?" set to Yes or No?

Also is there any custom branding or script to change appearance of the site?
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Modifier1000Author Commented:
It is set to 'No', but I have found out that I needed to disable one of the content type that came with it OOTB (Reservation).

Anyways, it now seems to be working fine.
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Jamie McAllister MVPArchitectCommented:
Yes, that was going to be my next question! :)
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Modifier1000Author Commented:
Thank you.
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