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Exchange 2010 false calendar reminders

Posted on 2014-01-28
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So here is the issue. I'm getting reminders in my Outlook, OWA, and Phone for events that are not on my calendar.  As an admin I exported a user's calendar to PST, and opened it on my profile to check some things out. Then I closed it. However now I get his reminders. On the Calendar tab of outlook I see only 1 calendar, and his meetings are not on it. In OWA the same thing.

Funny thing is on my new Nexus 5, under calendars to display I see 3 from my exchange account. It is like they are still somehow attached to my account, but not showing up anywhere so I can delete them. Is there a tool somewhere to manually remove them? Maybe PS command or ANSI Edit?
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I think it worked. I'll know tomorrow. I was able to use the tool to see all of his reminders. Deleted them, closed an reopened, and they appear to be gone. We shall see.
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