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When you use Outlook, you receive an error message similar to the following:
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When you add a contact that is also in the Global Address Book, Outlook resolves the e-mail address to an Exchange Server address. If you remove the mailbox from the Exchange Server, the address in the Contact list is not updated.
To reset the view, on the View menu, point to Current View, click Customize Current View, click Filter, click Clear All, and then click OK and OK.
Another method is to create a new personal folders file, copy the items from the old personal folder, except for the Deleted Items folder, and then remove the old personal folders from the e-mail profile.
For additional information about replacing the personal folders file, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196863/EN-US/ )OL2000: (CW) Err Msg: The Operation Failed Due To a Registry...
If you do not need to include the TaskPad information when printing the Daily Style, click to clear that option. If you need to include the TaskPad information, give the person trying to print at least Reviewer permissions to your Task folder.
This error may have the additional text:
and may also be accompanied by the following error:
Either access was denied or one or more of the items did not exist.
The owner of the calendar has not given you permission to print his or her task list. You should either ask the owner for Read permission on his or her Tasks folder or you can uncheck the Task Pad option in the File Page Setup dialog.
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