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Outlook 2007 : Recurring Appointment/events in calendar when ever someone invites me

Outlook 2007: Appointment appears twice in my calendar.
I have deleted .ost files create new profile and deleting the old one yet still i am having double appointments or events in my calendar when ever i am been invited.

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I have a windows xp microsoft office 2007 Using Microsoft Outlook, I am trying to set up an "out of office reply" or "vacation reply" automatically on all incoming messages. I have...

Here is a link from the Microsoft Outlook archives which explains step-by-step how to set up an automatic out of office reply in Outlook 2007:

Before you go on vacation or leave the office for an extended period of time (for example, before you leave for Thanksgiving), there are a few small things you can do to make your colleagues aware of your upcoming absence and to plan accordingly.
Letting people know you are going away It is generally a good idea to let the people you work with know that you are going away. Over the years, I have seen many different techniques, and this one seems to be the most effective while being the least intrusive: schedule a meeting. The key is to remember that this meeting is for their calendars and not for yours. This way, while you are away, they will have their calendar as a reference
  1. Recipients: Your manager, your peers who contact you regularly or who you work with closely.

  2. Dates: Check the "All day event" checkbox and schedule the meeting for the work days you are away. (Do not use the exact times you will be leaving unless your absence is for less than a day.) For example, if you are leaving over the weekend, set the start date to Monday.

  3. Location: You don't need to add a location, but if you do, you can put where you are going, or how you can be contacted (or not contacted.)

  4. Free/Busy: Mark the meeting as a "Free" meeting (as opposed to busy, out of office or tentative) This is the default for all day events.

  5. Responses: Request no responses. Your colleagues shouldn't have to approve your vacation. ;-)

  6. Message: Include the dates you will be gone and alternate contacts. You should use the same message in your Out of Office message (see below).
Setting an Out of Office message - Microsoft Exchange Accounts only Next you should set your Out of Office message anytime before you leave.
  • Dates: Check the box next to "Only send during this time range" so that when you return to the office, Out of Office messages will automatically stop being sent . You should set the dates to encompass the entire time you will be away, including weekends and up until the moment you return to the office.

  • Message: It is a best practice to include:
  1. When you will be back. The date of your return should be included as part of your message, and it is best if it is in bold. If you want to take it a step further, you can add a mini-calendar to illustrate when and how long you will be away.


Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa


2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

30 1 2 3 4

This mini-calendar was created just by typing it in using the font Lucida Console and bold purple for vacation, gray for in the office, and bold red for the day I get back.

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Other uses for Out of Office Messages You can use the Out of Office assistant any time you want to let people know that you will be delayed in responding to their e-mail. For example, just after you return from vacation and have a mountain of e-mail to go through, it is wise to set up an Out of Office message indicating that you will not be responding quickly. If you are working on a project, even if you are in the office, setting an Out of Office message will help set realistic expectations of when people will receive a response.
If you do not have an Exchange account You can still send automatic replies to incoming e-mail, just like the Out of Office feature. For details, see this article. If you have a Hotmail account, you can use Hotmail's vacation feature.

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If there's a way to alter the actual font color the date is printed in on the screen, I'm not aware of it.
You may find something at this website.

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If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!

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