We are having a problem with at least one user account, and I suspect more where it hasn't been reported yet. Our email client, Outlook for Mac 2016, isn't showing any events created in the last few days. This is a problem both for the user, and for other user's who view their shared calendar.
If you synchronize the calendar, it will download new events, but they never appear on the calendar. Then if you synchronize again, it will pull down the same number of new events. If you add an event via webmail, the number of downloaded events goes up, but none of them appear. There are no sync errors showing up in Outlook.
All events show in webmail and when viewing via caldav, so the problem is limited to Outlook.
We recently moved everything between servers, from a Mac server to a CentOS server. This resulted in a number of disruptions to how Outlook displays messages and folder structures. In most cases, we have been able to fix this by removing (actually renaming) the .journal.db file or, in the case of broken folder structures, the index.fld file.
These fixes have recently been done on the account that's having the Calendar problem. I suspect there's some sort of similar issue with the Calendar folder, but I haven't found any way to fix it yet.
Anyone have this problem? Or better yet, know how to fix it?
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