Outlook 2007: Long Delay When Opening Appointment


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bdtmike

I noticed that there was a long delay the first time I open an outlook
appointment. This started a few months ago. This is Outlook 2007. I
have far more inbox items than I do calendar items yet inbox items
(emails) open up instantly. So do appointments, incidentally, but the
first one takes about 30 seconds before opening. Anyone else seen
this?
 
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R

Roady [MVP]

For what mail account type?
Is there anything attached to the calendar item?
What kind of addins are installed?
Does running Outlook in Safe Mode solve the issue?
Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe

Additionally, verify that you have SP1 and additional updates installed for
Office 2007.
 
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bdtmike

This is an exchange server. No attachments on the calendar item.
No addins. I haven't tried running outlook in safe mode yet. I'll
give it a run.

For what mail account type?
Is there anything attached to the calendar item?
What kind of addins are installed?
Does running Outlook in Safe Mode solve the issue?
Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe

Additionally, verify that you have SP1 and additional updates installed for
Office 2007.

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I noticed that there was a long delay the first time I open an outlook
appointment.  This started a few months ago.  This is Outlook 2007.  I
have far more inbox items than I do calendar items yet inbox items
(emails) open up instantly.  So do appointments, incidentally, but the
first one takes about 30 seconds before opening.  Anyone else seen
this?- Hide quoted text -

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