I tried to restore > defaults in the Outlook Today Personal folders properties, and I obtain the > same error message. > > How can I fix this probelm? > > However, no resolution was posted. To solve it close the client and delete .ost > file > and then reopen Outlook again. This appears > > to only occur when the user is trying to check multiple calendars. navigate here
We also have many staff who have shared their >> > calendars with other staff. Have you uninstalled it to see it that affected the problem? -- Brian Tillman Report message to a moderator Re: Unable to display the folder in Outlook 2007 We can open two calendars no problem, three no go. It's a pain for me to justify this to our ops group so I would like to confirm that has fixed it for others before I go ahead and have them More Help
The >> problem is not consistent and appears "random". It's a pain for me to justify this to our ops group so > I would like to confirm that has fixed it for others before I go ahead and > Please let me know! Any > > other ideas I might take a look at?
I'm our technical trainer and MS certified in Outlook and > > have > > confirmed both setup and rights. > > > > However, I have a growing number of What solve our problem was moving the > > > > > > user's mailbox to the original mailbox store on Exchange. > > > > > > > > > BTW, I am running SP1 and I still see the problem. It's a pain for me to justify this to our ops group so > > > I would like to confirm that has fixed it for others before I go ahead
I tried to remove my original "." in binary mode since it actually appears there but that kept on failing. seems like an unfair workaround... > > > > > > "dlroberts" wrote: > > > > > > > Sorry - we've no resolution yet. It works fine in OWA. Post #: 1 Featured Links* RE: can't open shared calendars/contacts outlook2003 an... - 23.Jul.2007 4:53:14 PM ismail.mohammed Posts: 3018 Joined: 9.May2007 From: India Status: offline CAUSE This problem occurs
I'm logged into the exchange administratoraccount in outlook. http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/unable-to-display-the-folder-the-calendar-folder-could-not-be-fou.1834442/ The address to the link on the Outlook > > Today page goes to "outlook:/./\Profile\Calendar" when it should go to > > "outlook://\Profile\Calendar". > > There is a period that doesn't The Calendar Folder Cannot Be Found Outlook 2010 Anti Spam Articles Authors Blogs Books Free Tools Hardware Hosted Exchange Links Message Boards Newsletter Services Software Tips Webinars White Papers About Us : : Product Submission Form : Advertising Information The Calendar Folder Cannot Be Found Outlook 2016 One day, Outlook 2K3 users reported 2 problems : 1) they can't access free/busy info anymore 2) if they try to "open a shared calendar", they get the same message "Unable
But when I check the funtionalites, I find that users using outlook 2003 clients are not able to open shared calender and receiving Error: Unable to display Folder. check over here The calendar folder could not be found.All other feature are working fine expect Calendar and free/busy information. Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose. I have searched without >> > success >> > the MS Knowledgebase for even a mention of this problem but did find >> > the >> > exact same issue reported
We have at least dozen unhappy staff > affected now. > > "vishald" wrote: > > > BTW We store the pst/profile on the exchange server... > > > > "vishald" I've seen the problem on units pre-SP1 install and post SP1 install. The same calendars are not affected each time. http://brrian.net/the-folder/unable-to-display-the-folder-outlook-2003-shared-calendar.html Take Survey Question has a verified solution.
The Calendar folder could not be found." error message. Permissions are set for all the users to see each others Calendars, in the delegates area, Does it matter if they are added as a group? The > problem is not consistent and appears "random".
The Calendar folder could not be found." error message. Guest, Apr 22, 2005 #1 Advertisements Karan Mavai Guest Hi, I was wondering if you were able to find a solution to the problem. However, I have a growing number of users who have reported (and I've confirmed with workstation visits) that using either method to view resource calendars and/or staff calendars may result in the calendar folder could not be found ( Outlook 2003 client/Exchange 2010 SP1 Server) Posted on 2011-11-05 MS Applications MS Server Apps 4 1 solution 2,881 Views Last Modified: 2012-05-12 Hi
It's a pain for me to justify this to our ops group so > > I would like to confirm that has fixed it for others before I go ahead and When I click directly on each of the mail > folders they work fine, but not so when I click on the folders from the > personal folders - Outlook today I'm our technical trainer and MS certified in Outlook and >> have >> confirmed both setup and rights. >> >> However, I have a growing number of users who have reported weblink I know our setup and sharing privileges are > >> correct . . .
The same calendars are > > not > > affected each time. We also have many staff who have shared their > >> calendars with other staff. Not using cached mode or have > > > > > > > ost files. The Calendar folder could not be found.
It is … Google Apps MS Office Office 365 MS Applications What is System Center Operations Manager 2012 (SCOM) ? The >> > problem is not consistent and appears "random". The Calendar folder could not be I just tried taking the users workstation out of cached mode, and the calendar works. "maarit" wrote: > Hi y'all, > > this issue is All rights reserved.
This appears to only occur when the user is trying to check multiple calendars. Cheers, Karan "dlroberts" <> wrote in message news:... > No, I've not found a resolution at this time.