Calendar in Outlook 2010 only opens in list view. Generates error "Could not read Calendar" in day/month view

Hello,

I recently installed exchange 2013 on an internal server and the calendar was working fine until yesterday. When I go to click on it it just acts like its searching but never opens any data. I tried creating a new xml and resetting the navpane. The calendar data works on the cell phone but not locally on the computer. How do I get the data to read properly?
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JRome225Asked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
You need to be clear - is this happening for all users or just one?
If just one, what happens if you create a new Outlook profile? Does the problem occur in OWA?

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JRome225Author Commented:
This happens with just 1. Will the email be there if I create a new Outlook profile? The calendar works in OWA.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Unless the user has their email delivered to a PST file (so cannot be seen in OWA) a new Outlook profile will not cause the loss of any email. It is simply a copy of the database and therefore just needs to be pulled down.

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