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reeb

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Hi guys,

we have an issues with one of our users Calendar.
Some events just disappear in his calendar.
For example his Secretary adds 3 Events and few days later just 2 are left.

I found this in the error.log

[14/Feb/2014 12:47:14] FolderIndexTraitsImpl.cpp: Index error in folder ~user<_at_>ourdomain.de/Calendar: Cannot parse calendar message file 0000000b.eml

what does this message mean? Maybe somebody can help me .

regards

Christian

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Vicky

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Hi Christian,

This indicates that the index.fld for the folder might be corrupted. You can do a re-index via the Web Admin->Users->Right click on the user->More Actions->Re-Index Mailbox. Try re-indxing the mailbox and see if this helps.

All the best,
Vicky

[Updated on: Thu, 20 February 2014 17:02]

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