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Old 08-11-2008, 04:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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If I really didn't like my Blackberry I would have thrown it out the window by now. It's potential is what keeps me hanging on.

Me and my IT guy keep having to reboot BES because after a week of activation I my BB loses connection to the BES. Our research advised us to look at the event log and we found the error: mapi call failed user not started: low level error 1246. Essentially this had to with a space between my name and middle initial. We fixed that and then rebooted the BES system and like always I am back on. The key will be if that fixed my chronic problem of getting kicked off or not and I should know by friday. However, the problem I am having now is with my desktop calendar - there are TWO of them in the same view. So I have two 2:00 appts, two 3:00 appts (if there is an appt and so on. I click view calendars and select to see only one but if I go out of calendars and come back in I again have double vision.

Can I delete a calendar? This is crazy, good thing I work in the mental health field - I like crazy...thanks for your help
Old 08-11-2008, 04:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Calendar problems can generally be tracked down to a problem with CDO.DLL. Have the IT guy check the version of CDO.DLL that is running on both Exchange and the BES. They should be the same.
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