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Information about the Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook (CalCheck)

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Summary
The Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook (CalCheck) is a command-line program that checks the Microsoft Outlook calendar for problems. The tool opens an Outlook messaging profile to access the Outlook calendar. It performs various checks on general settings, such as permissions, free/busy publishing, delegate configuration, and automatic booking. Then, each item in the Outlook calendar folder is checked for known problems that can cause unexpected behavior, such as meetings that seem to be missing.

The CalCheck tool then generates a report that can be used to help diagnose problem items or identify trends.


Important Note CalCheck reports include the following fields for meetings or appointments that are determined to be problematic:
  • Subject
  • Location
  • Start Time
  • End Time
  • Organizer
Because these calendar item fields may contain personal information or details, we recommend that you first review all items in the CalCheck report before you share your report. See the 'More Information' section at the end of this article for additional fields found in CalCheck reports.
More information
To use CalCheck, the Outlook calendar must reside on a computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server. The tool does not work with IMAP, POP3, or other non-Exchange email accounts.

Installation

To download and install the Calendar Checking Tool for Outlook, click the following link to view the Microsoft Download Center page. The website also lists the system requirements and the steps to follow to uninstall the tool.


Note The 64-bit version of this tool is for use only with the 64-bit version of Microsoft Outlook.

Checks that are performed

The Calendar Checking Tool performs two basic kinds of checks, calendar-specific checks and item-level checks.

Calendar-specific checks

The following calendar-specific checks are performed and then logged in the report:
  • Permissions on the calendar.
  • The total number of items in the calendar folder.

    For more information about high item counts in the Calendar folder, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
    2768656 With many items in a Cached mode .ost file or .pst file folders, Outlook performance issues may occur
  • Delegates on the calendar.
  • Free/busy publishing information.
  • Direct Booking settings for the mailbox or calendar.
Note The information for these three checks is read from the Local Free/Busy message. In rare cases, Outlook may be unable to open that message. Then, these checks fail. You should force the regeneration of the hidden free/busy information in the Exchange mailbox only if this occurs.

For more information about how to regenerate the hidden free/busy information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
958443 You experience issues in Outlook when you try to configure free/busy information or when you try to delegate information

Item-level checks

The following item-level checks are performed and then logged in the report:

Error numberIssueSolution
0001The Items Recurrence Start Date or Time is set to 0 (year 1601).If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0002The Items Recurrence Start Date or Time is earlier than January 1 1995.This is not necessarily an error condition. You should delete or cancel the item only if it seems to be corrupted. By default, these items are not moved when you use the –f argument. These are moved with calcheck -f only if you configure calcheck to treat warnings as errors per the cfg file (WarningIsError=true).
0003The Items Recurrence Start Date or Time is later than January 1 2025.This is not necessarily an error condition. You should delete or cancel the item only if it seems to be corrupted. By default, these items are not moved when you use the –f argument. These are moved with calcheck -f only if you configure calcheck to treat warnings as errors per the cfg file (WarningIsError=true).
0004The Items Recurrence Start Date or Time is past the upper limit.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0005The Items Recurrence End Date or Time is set to 0 (year 1601).If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0006Items Recurrence End Date or Time is earlier than January 1 1995.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0007The Items Recurrence End Date or Time is later than January 1 2025.This is not necessarily an error condition. You should delete or cancel the item only if it seems to be corrupted. By default, these items are not moved when you use the –f argument. These are moved with calcheck -f only if you configure calcheck to treat warnings as errors per the cfg file (WarningIsError=true).
0008The Items Recurrence End Date or Time is past the upper limit.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0009The Items Recurrence properties are not created correctly.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0010Appointments Recurrence data is empty.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0011The dispidRecurringproperty is set to False or does not exist, but the dispidRecurType property is not set to None. This indicates that the appointment is recurring. Therefore, the two properties are conflicting.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0012There is no Appointment Recurrence but dispidRecurring is set to TrueIf you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0013The Recurrence Exception data mismatch.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0014The Recurrence Original Start Date or Time is set before the start of the series.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0015The Recurrence Original Start Date or Time occurs after the end of the series.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0016The Start Date or Time is to Zero. If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0017The Start Date or Time is earlier than January 1 1995.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0018The Start Date or Time is later than Jan 1 2025.This is not necessarily an error condition. You should delete or cancel the item only if it seems to be corrupted. By default, these items are not moved when you use the –f argument. These are moved with calcheck -f only if you configure calcheck to treat warnings as errors per the cfg file (WarningIsError=true).
0019The Start Date or Time is past the upper limit.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0020The Appointment is missing the Start Time.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0021The End Date or Time is to Zero. If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0022The End Date or Time is earlier than January 1 1995. If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0023The End Date or Time is later than Jan 1 2025. This might be intentional but may also indicate a problem.This is not necessarily an error condition. You should delete or cancel the item only if it seems to be corrupted. By default, these items are not moved when you use the –f argument. These are moved with calcheck -f only if you configure calcheck to treat warnings as errors per the cfg file (WarningIsError=true).
0024The End Date or Time is past the upper limit.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0025This item is missing the Appointment End Time.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0026This item is missing the required property dispidRecurring. For more information about appointments not displaying in the Day, Week, or Month view, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
827432 An Outlook calendar appointment is not visible in the Day, Week, or Month view when you create the appointment by using WebDAV in Exchange 2000
0027This item is missing the required property dispidApptTZDefStartDisplay.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0028This item is missing the PR_SENT_REPRESENTING_NAME property. For more information about missing Organizer email addresses or display names, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2825677 Description of the Outlook 2013 hotfix package (Outlook-x-none.msp; Outlookintl-<Language-Code>.msp): October 16, 2013
0029This item is missing the PR_SENDER_NAME property. For more information about missing Organizer email addresses or display names, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2825677 Description of the Outlook 2013 hotfix package (Outlook-x-none.msp; Outlookintl-<Language-Code>.msp): October 16, 2013 
0030There is no Organizer Address on this item. Check the PR_SENT_REPRESENTING properties on this item.For more information about missing Organizer email addresses or display names, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2849083 "Could not complete the operation. One or more parameter values are not valid" error message when an organizer updates a recurring meeting
0031There is no Sender Address on this item. Check the PR_SENDER properties on this item.For more information about missing Organizer email addresses or display names, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2849083 "Could not complete the operation. One or more parameter values are not valid" error message when an organizer updates a recurring meeting
0032There is no Subject on this item. You should add a Subject to this item.If you are the organizer, update the meeting to include a subject. If you are the attendee, ask the organizer to update the meeting to include a subject. Although this is not an error condition, it makes it easier to troubleshoot any future issues that are related to the meeting.
0033There is no Message Class for this item.If you have an issue with a meeting that does not have the default message class of IPM.Appointment, and if removing or canceling the meeting resolves the issue, you should determine which program is creating meetings by using that custom message class. You have to determine whether the program or add-in is a Microsoft or third-party application. If it is a third-party application, contact the third-party for support.
0034The Message Class of this item is not standard for a Calendar item and may indicate a problem.If you have an issue with a meeting that does not have the default message class of IPM.Appointment, and if removing or canceling the meeting resolves the issue, you should determine which program is creating meetings by using that custom message class. You have to determine whether the program or add-in is a Microsoft or third-party application. If it is a third-party application, contact the third-party for support.
0035Missing required property PR_MESSAGE_CLASS.If you have an issue with a meeting that does not have the default message class of IPM.Appointment, and if removing or canceling the meeting resolves the issue, you should determine which program is creating meetings by using that custom message class. You have to determine whether the program or add-in is a Microsoft or third-party application. If it is a third-party application, contact the third-party for support.
0036Unable to access the attachment table for this item. Error: <error code returned>If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0037There are more than 25 attachments on this item. This may indicate a problem with exceptions on this recurring meeting.This is not an error condition. However, for more information, see the 'Working with recurring meetings' section in this article: Best practices when using the Outlook Calendar
0038The Message Size Exceeds 50MB. This may indicate a problem with attachments/exceptions/properties on this item.This is not an error condition. However, for more information, see the 'Working with recurring meetings' section in this article: Best practices when using the Outlook Calendar.
0039The Message Size Exceeds 25MB. This may indicate a problem with attachments/exceptions/properties on this item.This is not an error condition. However, for more information, see the 'Working with recurring meetings' section in this article: Best practices when using the Outlook Calendar.
0040The Message Size Exceeds 10MB. This may indicate a problem with attachments/exceptions/properties on this item.This is not an error condition. However, for more information, see the 'Working with recurring meetings' section in this article: Best practices when using the Outlook Calendar.
0041The SENT_REPRESENTING address does not match the Organizer Address from the Recipient Table.  /RecipTable:  /SentRepresenting: For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2563324 Current issues with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and third-party devices
0042The organizer of this meeting is potentially incorrect.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2563324 Current issues with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and third-party devices 
0043The dispidCleanGlobalObjectID property is not populated on this item.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2714118 Calendar items that are copied are missing in Exchange Server 2007
0044The dispidGlobalObjectID and the dispidCleanGlobalObjectID properties are not populated on this item.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2714118 Calendar items that are copied are missing in Exchange Server 2007
0045The dispidGlobalObjectID property is not populated on this item.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2714118 Calendar items that are copied are missing in Exchange Server 2007
0046The PidLidGlobalObjectId property values match on two items.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
3012590 Instance of calendar appointment is missing or duplicated on ActiveSync client
0047The PidLidCleanGlobalObjectId property values match on two items.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
3012590 Instance of calendar appointment is missing or duplicated on ActiveSync client
0048The PidLidGlobalObjectId and PidLidCleanGlobalObjectId property values match on two items.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
3012590 Instance of calendar appointment is missing or duplicated on ActiveSync client
0049This item is duplicated in the Calendar. Please check this item.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.

If the subject, organizer, location, recurring/single instance, and start/end times properties all match for two or more items, calcheck –f moves all duplicates except one.
0050The Recipient Table has a bad or missing address type.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0051The Recipient Table has a bad or missing email address.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0052The Recipient Table has a bad or missing display name entry.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0053The Recipient Table Organizer has a bad or missing email address property.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0054The Recipient Table contains duplicated entries. Free Busy lookups could be affected.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0055Item is missing required data in the dispidApptTZDefRecur property.If you are the organizer, you should change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see it in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask her or him to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0056The dispidPropDefStream property is corrupted. This is a known problem that can cause Outlook to crash.For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
3017283 Outlook crashes when you open a meeting that contains Lync meeting details
0057The PropDefStream was not created correctly when calling MrMapi.Run CalCheck again to see whether the PropDefStream can be created correctly. If this error occurs again, then if you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0058The Email address type is not Exchange or SMTP. This could potentially cause performance problems on address lookups.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0059Item is missing the required prop PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME.If you are the organizer, change the Calendar folder view to a table view, find the appointment or meeting, and then cancel and re-create it. If you don’t see in the list, run calcheck -f. If you are the attendee, you should contact the organizer and ask him or her to cancel and then re-create the meeting.
0060WARNING: Number of Recurring Appointments is greater than 1250. The maximum is 1300. To prevent hitting the limit, delete some older recurring appointments.
0061ERROR: Number of Recurring Appointments reached the limit of 1300. To correct this, delete some older recurring appointments.
0062Conflicting items in the Calendar.If you run CalCheck -f, these conflicting items are moved.

Note If you prefer not to have holiday items flagged, change the CalCheck.cfg file. CalCheck identifies an all-day event as a holiday if the named property Keywords includes the "holiday" string.

Current Help and command-line switches

The following section describes the command-line switches that are available to customize CalCheck behavior.

CalCheck [-P <profilename>] [-L <filename>] [-M <mailboxname>] [-N <display_name>] [-S <servername>] [-O <path>]
[-C <version>] [-A] [-F] [-R] [-V] [-No]


CalCheck -?

-P Profile name (if absent, will prompt for profile)
-L Path and file name of List file (file listing the Name and LegacyExchangeDN) of mailbox(es) to check
-M Mailbox DN is used with -N (process only the mailbox that is specified)
-N Display name is used with -M (process only the mailbox that is specified)
-O Output path (if specified, write output files to this path. The default is the current folder.)
-C Version to use for Office 2013 Click-to-Run scenario
-A All calendar items output to CALCHECK.CSV
-F Create CalCheck folder and move flagged error items there
-R Put a report message in the inbox with the CalCheck.log file
-V Verbose output to the Command Prompt window
-? Print this message

Note The -L, -N, and -C switches are new to CalCheck version 2 (v. 2). The -S parameter in version 1 of CalCheck is replaced with -L. Additionally, the CalCheck v1 -No switch is replaced by the CalCheck.cfg file. The CalCheck.cfg file is explained in detail later in this article.

Note The CalCheck.log file is always generated. The CalCheck.log file shows any items that may have to be fixed or removed and also shows processing information.

Examples


Default: Prompt for a profile, and process the mailbox in that profile:
CalCheck

Process all mailboxes on MyServer:
CalCheck -S MyServer

Process all mailboxes on MyServer by using MyProfile as the logon profile:
CalCheck -P MyProfile -S MyServer

Process just the mailbox in MyProfile:
CalCheck -P MyProfile

Process the specified mailbox, and use MyProfile as the logon profile:
CalCheck -P MyProfile -M "/o=org/ou=orgunit/cn=Recipients/cn=UserA" -N "User A"

Process the list of mailboxes in "C:\Directory\List.txt":

CalCheck -L "C:\Directory\List.txt"

Note "List.txt" has to be in the format of Get-Mailbox | fl output that includes the LegacyExchangeDN and Display Name for each mailbox:

Name : Display Name
LegacyExchangeDN : /o=ORG/ou=AdminGroup/cn=Recipients/cn=mailbox


Process a mailbox, move error items to the CalCheck folder in the mailbox, and put a report message in the Inbox:
CalCheck -F -R

Process a mailbox based on a specific profile and version of Outlook. This is necessary when you run a side-by-side installation of Office in a Click-to-Run scenario:
CalCheck -C <####> -P MyProfile
Note the placeholder <####> represents the Outlook version (for example, 2007, 2010, or 2013).

Print this message:
CalCheck -?


Run CalCheck in Multi-Mailbox (list) mode

Note Multi-Mailbox mode only works with Exchange Server 2010 and earlier versions of Exchange.


To process a list of mailboxes, follow these steps:

  1. Give a user Full Access rights to all mailboxes on an Exchange server or Exchange organization.
    1. The following example PowerShell cmdlet grants AdminB Full Access rights to all mailboxes in OrgUnit2:

      Get-Mailbox -OrganizationalUnit "OrgUnit2" | Add-MailboxPermission -User "AdminB" -AccessRights FullAccess
  2. Create the list of mailboxes. This includes the Display Name and LegacyExchangeDN. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Open Exchange PowerShell, and then run a command that resembles the following:

      Get-Mailbox -Server "ServerName" | fl Name, LegacyExchangeDN | Out-File <path_file_name> -width 200

      Note The placeholder ServerName represents the name of the server, and the placeholder path_file_name represents the path and file name of the .txt file to be created.
    2. Copy the .txt file to the workstation where you will run CalCheck.
  3. Run CalCheck in Multi-Mailbox (list) mode. To do this, follow these steps
    1. On a workstation that has Outlook installed, log on as a user who has Full Access rights to the mailboxes.
    2. Create a new Outlook profile, and then configure the Exchange Server account to use Online mode.
    3. Run cmd, and then change to the directory where CalCheck is located.
    4. Run the following command:

      CalCheck -L <path and file name>

      Note The placeholder <path and file name> represents the path of the .txt file that you created in step 2.
When you run CalCheck in Multi-Mailbox (list) mode, the following files are created:
  • CalCheckMaster.log. This is a summary for all mailboxes that were processed.
  • CalCheck__<mailbox>.log. One such file is created for each mailbox that was processed.

    Note The placeholder <mailbox> represents the recipient name part of the LegacyExchangeDN.

Configuration File in CalCheck version 2

CalCheck version 2 (v2) now includes a CalCheck.cfg file. This file is located in the same directory in which CalCheck.exe is located. If the .cfg file is missing, CalCheck v2 displays an error and does not run. The .cfg file is in plain text format. You can manually edit the file to enable or disable individual tests. By default, all tests are set to true. By default, all tests are performed.

More information
CalCheck reports also contain these fields from meetings and appointments in a calendar that are determined to be problematic:

FieldDescription
Is Past Item (true/false)Determines if the end time of the meeting or appointment occurred before or after the time CalCheck was ran.
Recurring (true/false)Specifies if the meeting or appointment is recurring or if it is a single instance.
Other Item SubjectWhen duplicate items are found, the Other Item Subject describes the other item that is duplicated with the one in question so that you can find it in your calendar.
Other Item StartWhen duplicate items are found, the Other Item Start describes the other item's start time that is duplicated with the one in question so that you can find it in your calendar.
Other Item End When duplicate items are found, the Other Item End describes the other item's end time that is duplicated with the one in question so that you can find it in your calendar.
EntryIDThis is PR_ENTRYID of the calendar item.



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Article ID: 2678030 - Last Review: 04/27/2016 03:23:00 - Revision: 12.0

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