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Hi,

I have a user whose (future) Outlook calendar data disappeared, and continues to disappear, after one or two days post-restore. (Even after un-syncing it with her other devices).  I have restored it several times and it keeps disappearing. I also tried creating a separate calendar and restoring to it, but again, it vanishes.  Any input would be appreciated. - Thanks
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by:Gareth Gudger
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I assume it is also vanishing from Outlook Web App as well?

Are there any other programs tied in with Outlook? Any add-ins? Google Calendar Sync, etc.

Maybe restore her again and have her solely use Outlook Web App for a few days just to eliminate any Outlook plugins causing this.
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which version of Exchange you are using ?
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can you tell me he is using iphone if yes then ask him/ her to upgread his device .
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

This was a new one for me: The user's mother had her old phone, and being bothered by the pop-up re: her calendar items, proceeded to repeatedly delete the entire calendar!

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Hey frabus. This is a good one. Please accept your own comment versus deleting.
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OK good idea! Thanks Gareth!
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