Outlook 2010

I am running outlook 2010 linked to exchange 2008
Up until 2 days ago the calendar events reminders were showing in a popup window at the specified times before they were due to occur - typically 15 minutes
Now all of a sudden they do not show up at all
The computer is windows 7 pro 64 bit

I have tried the following:
outlook.exe /resetfolders
outlook.exe /cleanreminders
New outlook profile
Restarts
Repair
Any other suggestions such as registry key tweaks
doctorbillTechAsked:
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IT GuyCommented:
try outlook tools and re-create the profile

http://www.howto-outlook.com/products/outlooktools.htm
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doctorbillTechAuthor Commented:
already done
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VB ITSSpecialist ConsultantCommented:
Have you checked if Reminders have (somehow) been switched off?

On the File tab, click Options
Select Advanced in the Outlook Options dialog box
In the Reminders section, select Show reminders
Click OK
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doctorbillTechAuthor Commented:
would you believe it - turned off
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