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Top tip of 2007: How to fix corrupt Microsoft Outlook calendar entries

If Microsoft Outlook calendar entry reminders continuously pop up when you open Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007, you may be experiencing problems with corrupt calendar entries. Clicking "Dismiss" or "Dismiss All" doesn't rid you of the pesky Outlook calendar reminders. Instead, it generates the following error message:

"Cannot turn off the reminder. You may be reminded again. Cannot locate recurrence information for this appointment."

With 30,072 clicks, our top tip of 2007, Fixing corrupt Microsoft Outlook calendar entries, has already assisted readers in resolving this Outlook calendar issue. For those of you who haven't had time to read the tip, listen to our tipcast to get Exchange MVP Brien Posey's step-by-step instructions that will allow you to easily fix Microsoft Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 corrupt calendar entries.

Click below to listen to the top tip of 2007 podcast on how to fix corrupt Microsoft Outlook calendar entries. (Time: 5:55)

Follow the timestamps below to discover step-by-step strategies for fixing corrupt calendar entries specifically for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.

2:18 Microsoft Outlook 2003 solution.

4:04 Microsoft Outlook 2007 solution.

About the author: Brien M. Posey, MCSE, has received Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional Award four times for his work with Windows Server, IIS and Exchange Server. He has served as CIO for a nationwide chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities and was once a network administrator for Fort Knox. You can visit his personal Web site at brienposey.com

This was first published in February 2008

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