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jcox

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Problem Description: When I click on my personal calendar to display its contents, a loading bar comes up with a quick error message that just says, "Operation Failed". Nothing is displayed from my calendar. If I click the option in outlook to view all Calendar's I then get 2 "operation failed" messages but our public IT calandar will show up. Once this calendar shows up I can choose the checkbox beside my personal calendar and it will then work just fine.

Once I leave the calendar option and go back to mail however, I will then get an error "0x80040117: MAPI_E_TOO_COMPLEX".

This is annoying and causes my calendar appointments to take forever. Anyone ever see what causes this?


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I found the problem. Found a general google search article.

Went into the data files for my user folder profile in the Kerio Mail Server. Renamed all the *.fld files to *.old. Opened Outlook 2007 up again and everything is working perfectly. I noticed it is considerably faster also. If anyone complains about speed, I'd recommend you atleast rename the index.fld's so they will recreate themselves. It's helped several users now that I just did this for.
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I had the same problem with one of my clients. When entering the calendar mode, they got the same MAPI_E_TOO_COMPLEX error.
After clicking on 'OK', nothing was shown, but besides that, the calendar appeared (without contents) in list-mode.
When going to the View menu, and choosing Current View ->'Day/Week/Month', the calendar contents reappeared, and after closing and restarting Outlook, the problem did not return.

[Updated on: Wed, 08 April 2009 10:32]

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