I'm having the exact same problem with Outlook 2007. After reading this
thread, I run cleanviews, and it worked.
However, the problem keeps occurring after moving around a bit in the
calendar. Running cleanviews always work to fix the problem, but it's not a
good solution doing this several times a day.
Is there a way to find out what causes the crash?
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> "toothy" wrote in message
> > wjere is cleanviews switch
> > "Kyryl" wrote:
> >> I have been battling this for 4 weeks.
> >> Outlook crashes every single time I attempt to open calendar view. I am
> >> using echange server account from work on both desktop and laptop. Both
> >> started crashing after a series of specific actions on my part. One day
> >> I
> >> decided to make my life easier, with help of my new Outlook 2007. On my
> >> desktop I have generated several new appointments, marked them with
> >> multiple
> >> categories. Marked some of those private, and generated a new view, where
> >> private appointments are not shown. That is where the fun stopped. My
> >> laptop (recall that I was working on desktop) had outlook running as
> >> well. I
> >> have clicked on clanedar, and it crashed. When I exited desktop's
> >> calendar
> >> and attmpted to re-enter again, outlook crashed. It continues to crash
> >> every
> >> time on both machines. What gives?
> >> Possible causes:
> >> Private appointments?
> >> multiple categories per appointment?
> >> customized view?
> >> The first two items would be stored on the server, which would explain
> >> why
> >> laptop started crashing as well.
> >> I have removed "private" using active sync and my mobile. Now working
> >> through removing multiple categories as well.
> >> Clearly this is a bug. Any ideas?
> >> I have: repaired office, created a new profile, same results.