Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Eradicating unwanted calendar events from Outlook Express

The Outlook Express was developed to serve the purpose of sending and receiving emails. As it turned out, this software could do more than just that. The Outlook Express with its tools can manage various meetings and schedules of the user. This program from Microsoft is equipped with a calendar tool and it also organizes the contacts in your Outlook Express. In certain scenarios this feature may be corrupted with distorted events occupying the calendar and this could turn out to be frustrating to the Windows users. Fortunately, this program is packed with repair tools for almost every error that could possibly find its way in to the program database. Tag along the following instructions to see through the Outlook repair.
If the Outlook Express is currently running on your computer, then exit from it by clicking the red button with an "X" mark on it.
Open up the “C:\" drive from the “My computer” window that can be accessed from the startup menu that crawl up when clicked on the "Start" button placed down below your desktop.
Inside the C drive, go to the "Program Files" folder and open up the "Microsoft Office" directory.
Hit the "Scanpst.exe" tab twice and go for the "Browse" tab.
Now move towards the destination "C:\Documents and Settings\<Username>\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst".
Your Windows username is detailed as "<Username>" in that particular folder.
Now access the path of your Outlook program by using this destination link "C:\Documents and Settings\<Username>\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\ {GUID}\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst".
The tab "<Username>" stands for your Windows username and "{GUID}" is the number given to your Windows machine.
Initiate repair work on your calendar, Inbox and other aspects of the Outlook 2003 by accessing the "Start" tab that lies inside the "Open" tab in Microsoft Outlook Express 2003.
Hit the "Repair" tab to eradicate all the unwanted calendar activities from the Outlook Express database and hang around until the course of action terminates.
Now go back to your desktop and launch “Outlook Express 2003” by accessing the program icon from "All Programs" menu that lies inside the startup menu.
Navigate to the "Calendar" tab inside the Outlook Express and open up the "Folder List".  Just check if all the unwanted calendar activities have been shifted to "Lost and Found" folder.
If you are finding any difficulty in following these guidelines, get in touch with a technical assistant from the Microsoft Outlook repair crew.