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Posted on 2014-03-10
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We have a public folder that has multiple public calendars that admins use in order to reserve conference rooms. There is an issue all of a sudden with 1 of the calendars. Evertime you click this public calendar, it causes outlook to freeze and stop responding. This doesn't happen with no other calendars, and also this doesn't happen when you click the calendar using OWA. It only happens in Office Outlook. I exported the calendar to a PST file and it still locks outlook. There may be some corrupt calendar meetings not sure. Also there are no recipients, so no leading blank spaces in the recipient area. Any ideas on what to look for that may cause corruption, but again it works fine in OWA.

Using Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010
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I got this issue resolved. I copied the calendar to the Favorites Folder in the Public Folder and once I did that it allowed me to put the calendar in list view without freezing outlook. I was able to find the issue with list view. It was a blank post note, and that was causing the issue.  I deleted it and removed the copy from the Favorites Folder and now I can browse the calendar fine without Outlook freezing.
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