Public Calendar Problems


L

Lexisch

I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007. A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which one of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to contact lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled Office.
Any suggestions?
 
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L

Lexisch

Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


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Lexisch said:
I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007. A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which one of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled Office.
Any suggestions?
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

is it in your public folder favorites?

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Lexisch said:
Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
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Lexisch said:
I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007. A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
L

Lexisch

Yes it is.

Diane Poremsky said:
is it in your public folder favorites?

--
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Lexisch said:
Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007. A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
L

Lexisch

Diane
I didn't get any response after my stating that yes it's in my favorites.
Don't know if you got it.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
is it in your public folder favorites?

--
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Lexisch said:
Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007. A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
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D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

I missed it.

Is it just that folder or all PF calendars that do this?

--
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Lexisch said:
Diane
I didn't get any response after my stating that yes it's in my favorites.
Don't know if you got it.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
is it in your public folder favorites?

--
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Lexisch said:
Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

:

I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007.
A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which
one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to
contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally
behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
L

Lexisch

Diane

It seems to be about a 50/50 mix on this problem with public calendars.
Some of my older favorites work every time. But once it happens on a PF
calendar, it happens from that point on.

I normally can't keep it open after it's happened once. Even if it's a
differen day.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I missed it.

Is it just that folder or all PF calendars that do this?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Lexisch said:
Diane
I didn't get any response after my stating that yes it's in my favorites.
Don't know if you got it.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
is it in your public folder favorites?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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(e-mail address removed)

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Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

:

I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook 2007.
A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter which
one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to
contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally
behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

It has to be something like a corrupt view. Does your site use multiple
exchange servers? I'm wondering if one replica has some corruption.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Lexisch said:
Diane

It seems to be about a 50/50 mix on this problem with public calendars.
Some of my older favorites work every time. But once it happens on a PF
calendar, it happens from that point on.

I normally can't keep it open after it's happened once. Even if it's a
differen day.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I missed it.

Is it just that folder or all PF calendars that do this?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Lexisch said:
Diane
I didn't get any response after my stating that yes it's in my
favorites.
Don't know if you got it.

Lexi

:

is it in your public folder favorites?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for
the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

:

I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook
2007.
A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it
will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter
which
one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to
contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally
behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 
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L

Lexisch

Yes we have 4 servers. two older and two newer.

Diane Poremsky said:
It has to be something like a corrupt view. Does your site use multiple
exchange servers? I'm wondering if one replica has some corruption.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)

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http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx or point your
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Lexisch said:
Diane

It seems to be about a 50/50 mix on this problem with public calendars.
Some of my older favorites work every time. But once it happens on a PF
calendar, it happens from that point on.

I normally can't keep it open after it's happened once. Even if it's a
differen day.

Lexi

Diane Poremsky said:
I missed it.

Is it just that folder or all PF calendars that do this?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Diane
I didn't get any response after my stating that yes it's in my
favorites.
Don't know if you got it.

Lexi

:

is it in your public folder favorites?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Diane

That didn't do it. I have mycalendar up. I click on the one in the
public
folder, and it comes up, but it's "out of sync" The graphics for
the
calendar start about a 1/2" above the others.

I tried the safe mode also.

Thanks for the switches as it solves one of my user's problems.

Lexi

:

I'd start with opening outlook using the /resetnavpane switch. Then
/cleanviews if it still fails.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/switches.htm


--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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(e-mail address removed)

You can access this newsgroup by visiting
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I'm having a problem with public folder calendars in Outlook
2007.
A
majority of the time, when I click on a particular calendar, it
will
cause
Outlook to pop an error and close. It doesn't seem to matter
which
one
of
the public calendars I click on. It doesn't seem to happy to
contact
lists.

If I get it to show up in my favorites list, it will generally
behave
better. We're running Exchange 2003 at the current time

I've run the diagnosics and have also uninstalled and reinstalled
Office.
Any suggestions?
 

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