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Anyone have any thoughts as to why Pocket Informant (on my phone) displays as shown? This is a screenshot of Outlook 2016 calendar feed from Outlook. Thanks.

Rick
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Because they are meetings from japanese sites
11700700.com translates to http://www.19996d.com/?intr=641645
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Thanks. Not sure how they got there, but simple to delete!
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