Magically re-appearing calendar event reminder

Discussion in 'Outlook Calendar' started by Don Smith, Feb 26, 2004.

  1. Don Smith

    Don Smith Guest

    We are using Office 2000 SR-1 and we had a system crash in
    Nov/03, which resulted in major Outlook e-mail problems.
    We have cleared almost everything up, but we have a
    recurring problem with reminders of deleted appointments
    and events re-appearing and we are unable to eliminate
    them.

    We have run scanpst.exe followed
    by "outlook.exe" /cleanreminders, but have not been able
    to resolve the problem. Do you have any other
    suggestions, other than the infamous, "reload"?
     
    Don Smith, Feb 26, 2004
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  2. Don Smith

    Guest

    On Thursday, February 26, 2004 2:57:17 PM UTC-6, Don Smith wrote:
    > We are using Office 2000 SR-1 and we had a system crash in
    > Nov/03, which resulted in major Outlook e-mail problems.
    > We have cleared almost everything up, but we have a
    > recurring problem with reminders of deleted appointments
    > and events re-appearing and we are unable to eliminate
    > them.
    >
    > We have run scanpst.exe followed
    > by "outlook.exe" /cleanreminders, but have not been able
    > to resolve the problem. Do you have any other
    > suggestions, other than the infamous, "reload"?

    I've skimmed most of the posts o this topic but haven't found a resolution,is there a a way to get the calender to stop sending reminders for deletedevents? Not just deleted recurring events but single events that get deleted do it as well. On a different subject. Is there a way to change my default notification settings so that I don't have to edit them for every singleevent that I enter?
     
    , Dec 19, 2012
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