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When updating a calendar via mobile device.  The update is not making it to outlook when cached exchange mode is turned on.  This is happening to all users (outlook 2003 & 2007).  If I turn off cached exchange mode, all the events/appts show up.  

When cached exchange mode is on, I am able to delete an event via the mobile device and it will be removed from the calendar.  Also if I create an event within outlook on another computer and then pull up the calendar on another computer it will show up.   Seems to be just creating an event from a mobile device.   The events do show up in the OWA calendar and when cached exchange mode is disabled.

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by:tiptechs
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i also tried deleting the ost file and recreating it.
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by:Patrick Bogers
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Hi

I have seen this behaviour when exchange is complaining about maximum folderviews, are there entries in the event logs??? Has to do with max objtFolder(s)
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by:tiptechs
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Hi.   I haven't seen anything in event viewer, but also haven't done any diagnostic logging either.    Also have not seen anything about the max folder views either.  

This may have been going on for awhile.
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by:Patrick Bogers
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Sorry for hardening but could you filter the log for Event ID: 9646 ?
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by:tiptechs
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I did locate a few of the 9646 events.  They are all talking about the same user-id.  This appears to be happening on all the IDs.   Let me know if this helps.

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by:Patrick Bogers
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Which OS are you using?
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by:tiptechs
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OS on the server is 2003 and the pc is xp.

thanks.
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by:tiptechs
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I tried to setup the diagnostic logging (not real sure which service this would fall under), but was unable to see anything informative show up.

also confirmed it was other users using office 2007 as well.  So the issue appears to be related to the exchange server.
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Patrick Bogers earned 500 total points
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Ok, this looks like a 100% server sided error.
Based on the content of the 9696 error the resolution can be found in this Microsoft article. Read it here.
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by:tiptechs
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A rebooted the exchange server last night and that resolved the issue.  I will look into the microsoft article to see if it will resolve the issue.

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