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Exchange 2010 Public Folder Calendars are Dissapearing

Posted on 2014-03-13
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We have a few calendars on Public Folders.  Users who have been connected to this for years are all of a sudden losing their connection and must dig down into the location within Public Folders to retrieve it only to have it lost again the next day.  Generally these Calendars are seen in Outlook under "Other Calendars" once the connection is made and when gone there is nothing in "Other Calendars"
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Try recreating the Outlook Profile. The configuration you are seeing is something that is client side, so you have to look at Outlook as the cause.

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But we are talking multiple User's.  At least 30 so far.  That would be 30 consecutive issues with Outlook Clients.  Sounds more Server or Network side issue to me than Outlook Client wouldn't you say?
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I cannot think of anything that would occur on the server side for the link to be lost, unless the folder was moved and/or recreated so the folder is seen by Exchange as a new folder.

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