Duplicate Calendar in Outlook Mailbox


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AsHes

Hi All,

I have a customer who using Office 2007 and here is the issue:

When she accept/setup the Calendar meeting, she gets an error :

Responses to this meeting request will not be tallied because this meeting
is not in your main Calendar Folder. Is this OK?

When I check the Outlook, using the Folder List View, I can see two
calendars in the Mailbox. I am guessing this is the cause of the error above.
Can anyone can help me on this.

Regards,
AsHes
 
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AsHes

Hi Diana,

Thanks for the reply.
Yes we are using Exchange Server.
When you mention default delivery location, do you mean,
Go to Tool -> Account Settings -> Data Files
Then Mailbox - should be set as default.

Is that right?

Regards
Ashwin Kaur


Diane Poremsky said:
Is she using Exchange server? Is it set as the default delivery location?
(It needs to be.)

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AsHes said:
Hi All,

I have a customer who using Office 2007 and here is the issue:

When she accept/setup the Calendar meeting, she gets an error :

Responses to this meeting request will not be tallied because this meeting
is not in your main Calendar Folder. Is this OK?

When I check the Outlook, using the Folder List View, I can see two
calendars in the Mailbox. I am guessing this is the cause of the error
above.
Can anyone can help me on this.

Regards,
AsHes
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

When you mention default delivery location, do you mean,
Go to Tool -> Account Settings -> Data Files
Then Mailbox - should be set as default.

Is that right?

That's what she meant, yes.
 
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AsHes

Hi Brian,

The user outlook is set as default ;

Mailbox - Username "set as default"

Is there anything else I can check on the user Outlook?

Regards,
AsHeS
 

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