Outlook 2003: Unable to create New Appointments


J

Jacob

I am unable to create New Appointments in Outlook 2003.
It doesn't matter whether it is in day view, week view or
month view. It doesn't work if I right click, double
click and open spot or if I use the icons on the menu bar.

Microsoft Knowledge Base doesn't help. The program is
from a company Action Pak but they are no help.
 
S

sajidws

Hey Jacob,

I faced the exact problem today, and it eventually was resolved when
chose a different Outlook Data file type (while creating the PST).

Out of the two below
Office Outlook Personal Folders File (.pst)
Outlook 97-2002 Personal Folders File (.pst)

The first one was giving the exact problem below (presumably as i
allows Unicode charset). When I created another PST as Outlook 97-2002
the problem disappeared.

BTW, I'm still using Windows 2000 Professional on my laptop :), s
perhaps it's a combination of the PST type and OS that did not work.

I hope the same works for you too.
Let me know if it did.

Have a good day.
Sajid.

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Jacob said:
*I am unable to create New Appointments in Outlook 2003.
It doesn't matter whether it is in day view, week view or
month view. It doesn't work if I right click, double
click and open spot or if I use the icons on the menu bar.

Microsoft Knowledge Base doesn't help. The program is
from a company Action Pak but they are no help.

-
sajidw
 
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Brian Tillman

sajidws said:
I faced the exact problem today, and it eventually was resolved when I
chose a different Outlook Data file type (while creating the PST).

Out of the two below
Office Outlook Personal Folders File (.pst)
Outlook 97-2002 Personal Folders File (.pst)

The first one was giving the exact problem below (presumably as it
allows Unicode charset). When I created another PST as Outlook
97-2002, the problem disappeared.
I suspect that simply creating a new PST in either format would have had the
same result.
 

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