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The calendar folder could not be found" Debi, Sep 27, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Calendar Replies: 1 Views: 863 Brian Tillman Sep 28, 2006 Shared calendar - Unable to display The same calendars are not > > > affected each time. The same calendars are >> > not >> > affected each time. Nicholas Choate Says: December 9th, 2013 at 8:59 am We have Exchange 2010 SP1 installed on our server. http://brrian.net/the-folder/unable-to-display-the-folder-outlook-2003-exchange-2010.html

We also have many staff who have shared their > calendars with other staff. No, create an account now. Any ideas would be > > great. > > > > "mjmerc" wrote: > > > > > > > > We had the same problem, and deleting the .ost was The Calendar folder could not be found." error message. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/4ccd2668-cdf6-4e08-aad2-cc81c02b0232/unable-to-display-the-folder-the-information-store-could-not-be-opened-outlook-2003-to-exchange?forum=exchangesvrclientslegacy

Outlook 2010 Cannot Expand The Folder

outlook client is office 2013 pro plus Leave a Reply Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website Categories Active Directory ADFS ADRMS Autodiscover Best Practices Blackberry CAS Certificate Authority I'm our technical trainer and MS certified in Outlook and have confirmed both setup and rights. Disable TOE and RSS on NICS Check that the NIC and the switches are running the same speed and duplex Use a sniffer to inspect traffic. So I get the feeling the consensus is to move them to a different message store - is that working for people right now?

  • This appears to maintain an online connection to the Exchange server.
  • What solve our problem was moving the > > > > user's mailbox to the original mailbox store on Exchange. > > > > > > > > > > >
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  • So I get the feeling > > the consensus is to move them to a different message store - is that working > > for people right now?

The bad news is that the application throws an error message that appears to be like this: “Unable to display the folder,[path]Outlook.pst could not be accessed, access denied.” This error message From where to where? Our office is Outlook dependent and the close Outlook/re-launch Outlook workaround is NOT an acceptable resolution. Office 365 Shared Mailbox Cannot Expand The Folder The same calendars are > not > affected each time.

I tried to restart it and bang!!! Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose. Desktop support: Users are unable to access Public folder via outlook. Any assistance in identifying the cause of this problem and/or any suggested resolution will be greatly appreciated.

Question has a verified solution. Cannot Expand The Folder Outlook 2007 To solve it close the client and delete .ost file and then reopen Outlook again. complete URL is > > http://www.officekb.com/Uwe/. > > However, no resolution was posted. > > > > Our office is Outlook dependent and the close Outlook/re-launch Outlook > > workaround is Hope this helps.... =?Utf-8?B?ZGxyb2JlcnRz?= said: We are running Office 2003/Exchange 2003 and have created resources for our conference rooms so staff may check each resource's calendar either by using File >

Cannot Expand The Folder. The Set Of Folders Cannot Be Opened Outlook 2010

We also have many staff who have shared their >> > calendars with other staff. https://tipsoutlookexchange.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/unable-to-display-the-folder-outlook-pst/ The Calendar folder could no Hi I'm having the same problem with our users. Outlook 2010 Cannot Expand The Folder Verified that the Mailbox databases are pointing to correct Public Folder database. Cannot Display The Folder Microsoft Outlook Cannot Access The Specified Folder Location Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. check over here Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose. In order to open other users calendar from Outlook 2003, the permissions for the shared calendar and the mailbox given by the user using Outlook should be at least Reviewer. 1.In The only work-around we've found is to have the user >> close Outlook and re-launch the application and then immediately check >> the >> calendar that was previously problematic. Cannot Expand The Folder Outlook 2016

More About Us... I have seen it posted several >> times so we aren't the only ones, but never have a seen a solution >> attached. >> >> BTW, I am running SP1 and The calendar folder could not be fo Guest, Oct 29, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Calendar Replies: 3 Views: 1,124 Brian Tillman Oct 30, 2007 outlook can't see recurring appointment to his comment is here The Calendar folder could no Add one more to the list with the same issue.

seems like an unfair workaround... > > > > > > "dlroberts" wrote: > > > > > > > Sorry - we've no resolution yet. Cannot Display The Folder Outlook 2010 Shared Mailbox The same calendars are not affected each time. What solve our problem was moving the user's mailbox to the original mailbox store on Exchange. -- mjmerc ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Posted via http://www.mcse.ms ------------------------------------------------------------------------ View this thread: http://www.mcse.ms/message1609270.html mjmerc, Jun 9,

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Any ideas would be > great. > > "mjmerc" wrote: > > > > > We had the same problem, and deleting the .ost was just a temporary fix > > Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? complete URL is > http://www.officekb.com/Uwe/. > However, no resolution was posted. > > Our office is Outlook dependent and the close Outlook/re-launch Outlook > workaround is NOT an acceptable resolution. > Cannot Display The Folder Outlook 2013 Currently we just delete the ost as the user logs on - a > > > > > > > bit of a pain, but it "seems" to work. > >

The set of folders cannot be opened. Guest, Apr 22, 2005 #1 Advertisements Karan Mavai Guest Hi, I was wondering if you were able to find a solution to the problem. To solve it close the client and delete .ost > file > and then reopen Outlook again. weblink The only work-around we've found is to have the user close Outlook and re-launch the application and then immediately check the calendar that was previously problematic.

What solve our problem was moving the > > > > > > > > user's mailbox to the original mailbox store on Exchange. > > > > > > > Thanks & Regards shiva 09884669965 Shivappa Hosamani Says: May 28th, 2012 at 1:36 pm Answer for this. 1) For restarting the Information store of Exchange servers. Murphy's WebLog Jim McBee's Mostly Exchange Henrik Walther Blog (MVP) Vinay Pal Singh Exchange Blog Oz & Students Corner oz Training Videos Oz Students Album WEB Cast Videos Zip Sysinternals Suite Related Tags: Outlook.pst could not be accessed, Unable to display the folder Comments Leave a Comment Categories Outlook ← Tips to Avoid Corruption in Large Outlook PSTFiles Tips to Fix OST

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