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Old 02-03-2012, 03:20 AM
Simkill Simkill is offline Calandar view issue Windows 7 32bit Calandar view issue Office 2010 32bit
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Hi all! We've just replaced one of our machines and we are getting odd behaviour within a shared calendar in public folders in outlook 2010.



We are currently using it in week view, and we can't see the all day events specified at the top of each day. If the user opens their own calendar, the events display as normal. The user's shared permissions on the calendar is set to Owner, with full access to everything in it.

We have been unable to find any information on this. We have tried resetting the calendar view to defaults and changing the view to month, setting to high detail and going back to week again but the all day events still don't display. They don't show in any layout, be it day, week, or month. Even new events created in outlook 2010 in the calendar do not show up, although these events and old events all display correctly on other machines running outlook 2007. All other appointments listed anywhere else in the clendar, as in things that happen during the day, show up normally.

I'm stumped and any help is appreciated!
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