Second, ghost Outlook calendar


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Hello everyone, I have a Office 2007 user (the only person as well) that
appears to have 2 calendars. I understand private appointments and this is
not the case. When viewing his calendar, there are 3 views 'everyone' is
seeing. The account owner has one view, other users accessing the account see
another view and there is a final calendar that no one can see.
Meetings do not show with the correct time, even after the user has accepted
updates. He also receives reminders for appointments that are not his, that
do not show in his calendar as well. The third area of this, not even Admin
can find this 'extra calendar' that appears to be generating these reminders.
Everything appears fine when checking the details and properties for his
profile. This covers both on the local laptop and on the Exch12 server. I'm
hoping someone here has seen this before. This is really an interesting
situation.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

did you make a new profile? open outlook using the /cleanviews switch?

how do you know there is a calendar no one can see... since no one can see
it?
 
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Thank you your reply,
We have tried to create a new profile but the problem still remains and no,
I did not use any switches.
As for a second calendar, I don't know if there is one. It is the only thing
that seems to make sense though.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

it could be different views on the calendar that is hiding appointments.

Try opening outlook using the /cleanviews switch.









** Please include your Outlook version, Account type, and Windows Version
when requesting assistance **
 
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The user in question, this is his information:

Office Outlook 2007 (12.0.6026.5000) MSO (12.0.6026.5000)
Exchange12 SP1
WinXP Pro SP2

He is out of the office for the next few days. Once he returns, I will try
the switch you recommended. After that, I will post what I find out. Thank
you.
 

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