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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:04 pm    Post subject: There was a problem reading one or more of your reminders.
Archived from groups: microsoft>public>outlook>calendaring (more info?)

Since i upgraded to office 2007 ive been getting the error msg below
on outlook 2007 every time i start it:

"There was a problem reading one or more of your reminders. Some
reminders may not appear"

its actually a brand new laptop and i copied the pst from my outlook
2003 and it opened perfectly on outlook 2007 - emails, contacts and
everything, except for this error msg re reminders.

the calendar appts were preserved, the reminder window just wont pop
up anymore.

i found more posts on this error but the last post dated from may
2005. what some of them said was that this error was caused by an appt
with an error, then i should go through every appt till i came across
one with an error msg and deleted it.

i made it simple and i just deleted all of the entries, including the
whole calendar backup and the only 2 future entries.

(http://groups.google.co.uk/group/microsoft.public.outlook.calendaring/
browse_thread/thread/f118d51f7c5ecf3e/bfdc449c5d4e1b89?lnk=gst&q=
%22There+was+a+problem+reading+one+or+more+of+your
+reminders&rnum=1#bfdc449c5d4e1b89)

i went to Calendar > View > Current View > All Appointments
its empty.

then i included a future appt just a min after the current time on the
clock. i closed and reopened it and the error persists!
the appt is shown on the right pane of outlook. but no reminder little
window.

some other posts talked about creating a new profile. i dont know how
to do that. i know how to create a new mail account but im not sure if
its a profile.
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