So recently around the office we started noticing that the calendars listed under “Other Calendars” in outlook would just disappear if you clicked on them. This only happened to the calendars listed coming from Public Folder favorites. This is what I did to fix the problem.
- Go into your Public Folder Favorites and delete whatever favorites your previously created.
- Close Outlook
- Click on START and then RUN and enter %appdata%. This will take you to the following directory: C:\Users\<usernamehere>\AppData\Roaming
- Inside the path above navigate to the Microsoft and then Outlook folder.
- In the Outlook folder you will see a Outlook.xml. Rename that file to something else. (Add .old to the file name). It is never a good idea to delete a file when troubleshooting an error. Always try to rename the file causing the problem. You can rename it back if this fix does not work.
- Launch Outlook once you have completed step #5
- Navigate to your Public Folders and add the Calendars back to your favorites.
It’s definitely been a while. So recently at my Job we’ve had some issues with the OST file limit. We have plent of people here that access shared resources and with their own mailbox being large need to have more thatn 20GB stored in their OST.
To increase the OST size you can do a simple registry change (I believe the example below sets it to 50GB). Create a .reg file and drop this in and then launch it:
Here is a link to the article that tells you about changing the file size limit.
I came across this error the other day. I’ve installed SQL 2008 through 2012 without any real issues. Recently, I was trying to run the installer again so that I can add some features. I kept getting this message. It would even come up when I would try to do a change from Add/Remote Programs. I figured out the fix and it was pretty simple.
C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Setup Bootstrap\SQLServer2008R2\Resources\1033
Make sure you overwrite the file.