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Outlook 2007 Calendar appointments disappearing

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Lynad, May 2, 2015.

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  1. Lynad

    Lynad Thread Starter

    Jul 17, 2007
    Outlook 2007 Calendar
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    I use Outlook and have an IMAP account. My calendar appointments have disappeared from the main view but I can see them on my iPhone. If I change the current view to 'all appointments' they are listed but when I go back to 'Day/Week/Month' view it is empty. I can only see items in these views: All Appointments; Active Appointments; By Category and Outlook Data Files. I can also log into my calendar in iCloud and see the same appointments there. I have run scanpst to fix any errors but still can't access appointments on PC. Any ideas?
  2. CleaverX


    Sep 27, 2012
    First backup your current profile by exporting the PST somewhere easy to find. Next delete your current profile. Go to Programs and Features, select MS Office, then choose to Change and use the Repair feature.
    Reboot, manually go to Windows Update and look for new updates, be sure to look through the optional updates and select and download any Office Updates, especially those for Outlook. Reboot the machine, fire up Outlook and create a new profile. If anything is missing, import the original PST but make sure you choose to Ignore Duplicates. That will extract and import only what is not already there.
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