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    New Lounger
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    Outlook Reminders (Outlook XP)

    Greetings, I have a strange problem with my Outlook reminders. It doesn't seem to matter how I set reminders, they never pop up, and if choose to view the reminder window ther's never anything in it. I have domain admin rights on a Win NT / 2000 (No AD) network with Exchange 5.5, SP4 mail. No other users seem to have this problem. I don't believe I've done anything by way of 'fiddling', but this situation is beginning to annoy me - I missed a serious deadline recently.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated. (Along the same lines seem my other post for today <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20>

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    Re: Outlook Reminders (Outlook XP)

    Go to start | run and type outlook /cleanreminders

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    Re: Outlook Reminders - POLICY (Outlook XP)

    Thanks for that, but it doesn't change anything - BECAUSE - I have found that my reminders are being cleared - so OF COURSE there are no reminders.
    Is there a policy setting which disables reminder setting? I presume there must be. I can set a reminder, save it and reload the task, only to find the reminder is turned OFF. This is a different problem, and one I should have worked out before, so I'm sorry I misled potential helpers.

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    Re: Outlook Reminders - POLICY (Outlook XP)

    Use the /ResetFolders switch (that should do it.)

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