We've been using Outlook 2010 at the office for years, and for years users have been able to publish their calendars to an in-house server. Some days ago that stopped working for one user. I've checked the Publish Calendar Settings > Advanced, toggled the 'Update this calendar with the server's recommended frequency' checkbox (left it check), then Clicked OK, OK and got the message, "The upload of 'Calendar' failed. The next upload attempt occurs with the next send/receive. There was a problem with the request." Of course, no mention here of what the problem was.
Following some web advice, I tried Remove from Server, but got the message, "The Calendar was not removed form the server. To remove this calendar, you must delete the file on the server." So, I did that, but still nothing. I still get the "The Calendar was not removed ..." message when I try the Remove from Server option, even though the calendar no longer exists on the server, and I got the follow-up message, "The calendar could not be removed automatically from the server. Updates to this calendar will continue to be published until you remove the calendar from the server. Try to remove it again later." Well, the calendar is removed and updates are not happening.
I'm stuck. I'd like to re-publish this Calendar, but I can't un-publish. What's my solution?
Later: The same problem with the other person in the office who uses Outlook. Published calendar stopped updating 3 days ago.