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    Question outlook calendar 2010 only showing appointments on one computer

    if our secretary creates appointments in her calendar, which is shared, they don't appear on other computers. however if she goes back and looks at her computer they are showing as entered. Can someone help me fix this?

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    dconine

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    Are you on Exchange?

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    Yes we are using Exchange

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    Ok what version of Exchange including Service Pack and CU update please?

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    We are using Exchange 2008. What do you mean by CU update? The computers in question are all Windows 7.

    Thank you very much for responding to my question.

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    I know that all the Service Packs for Exchange are up-to-date at the moment.

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    There is no exchange 2008. Do you mean 2007? CU means cumulative update.

    If you follow this an get the build number it will help - How to determine the version number, the build number, and the service pack level of Exchange Server

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    Is there a 2010 version? I can't verify anything till tomorrow. Do you have any educated guesses as to what the issue is? We just barely ran all updates to Exchange because of another issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    There is no exchange 2008. Do you mean 2007? CU means cumulative update.

    If you follow this an get the build number it will help - How to determine the version number, the build number, and the service pack level of Exchange Server

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    Put PA in online mode & test.

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