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Calendar doesn't sync due to appointment exceptions

 
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speeder
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:57 am    Post subject: Calendar doesn't sync due to appointment exceptions Reply with quote

I have a user, who when trying to sync in activesync (and i've tried different device, different computer, even exporting calendar to PST), has ~50 exceptions for every appointment. One is usually valid, and the rest look like this

Code:

<A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>
                        <A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>
                        <A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>
                        <A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>
                        <A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>
                        <A:Exception>
                           <A:ExceptionStartTime>*** (size: 16 ch.) ***</A:ExceptionStartTime>
                           <A:Deleted>*** (size: 1 ch.) ***</A:Deleted>
                        </A:Exception>


any idea how I can go about fixing this?
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speeder
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

if anybody cares for fix Smile

open user's mailbox, go to reoccuring appointments view. The user had 750 instances of the SAME reoccuring appointment.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW. I wonder how that happened?
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