Outlook calendar

I have one staff member whose Outlook calendar does not reflect the calendar meetings etc. that are sent to her or she enters, yet if she uses OWA, the calendar is fine and up to date.
netsysadmInternal Systems AdministratorAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
1. Try deleting and remaking the local OST file as that will correct problems with the local file.

2. Are the calendar entries going to a different email file (does the user have two addresses)?

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netsysadmInternal Systems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
She has four of them.  Do I delete all of them?
Jennifer_ost-files.rtf
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
OST Files are local copies so yes delete all and let Outlook remake as necessary
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Christ HaroldSoftware EngineerCommented:
Dear Author,
I agree with John. You need to create new ost file after deleting previous one. Here is the complete solution to recreate ost file in Outlook 2016

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/recreate-ost-file-outlook-55cd83bb

Please reply with ease soon if have any further doubts

Thanks & Redards
Christ Harold
Software Engineer
Mickel JacksonCommented:
It has been noticed that OST file refuses to sync if there exist corruption issues. Your best bet is to rename and recreate Outlook data OST file. The below is a document about how to rename and recreate Microsoft Outlook OST file.
https://www.dansnetworks.com/knowledge-base/how-to-rename-and-recreate-microsoft-outlook-data-ost-file/
As second alternative, you can repair your OST file using scanpst.exe utility or any reliable third party OST Repair tool.
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