Cannot remove reminders or open: Outlook 2007

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Martin van Gog

After a change from Outlook 2007 - Dutch to an english version of the

program, I have the following problem: 'When a reminder from an older action

(e-mail follow-ups, appoitments, taskreminders appears I cannot dismiss the

reminder. The program gives an errormessage. It says : cannot remove

reminder. It is possible that the reminder occures.'

Is there someone out there who can help me out of this trouble?

Almere, the Netherlands
 
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Roady [MVP]

Try resetting your reminders;

Start-> Run; outlook.exe /cleanreminders

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"Martin van Gog" <MartinvanGog> wrote in message

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> After a change from Outlook 2007 - Dutch to an english version of the
> program, I have the following problem: 'When a reminder from an older
> action
> (e-mail follow-ups, appoitments, taskreminders appears I cannot dismiss
> the
> reminder. The program gives an errormessage. It says : cannot remove
> reminder. It is possible that the reminder occures.'
> Is there someone out there who can help me out of this trouble?

> Almere, the Netherlands
 
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Martin van Gog

I've tied out your suggestion. Sottyfulll i constantated it isn't helpfull.

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:


> Try resetting your reminders;
> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /cleanreminders

> >

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> "Martin van Gog" <MartinvanGog> wrote in message
> news:A725E715-C35F-4E34-97AA-3C6FC980DAB0@microsoft.com...
> > After a change from Outlook 2007 - Dutch to an english version of the
> > program, I have the following problem: 'When a reminder from an older
> > action
> > (e-mail follow-ups, appoitments, taskreminders appears I cannot dismiss
> > the
> > reminder. The program gives an errormessage. It says : cannot remove
> > reminder. It is possible that the reminder occures.'
> > Is there someone out there who can help me out of this trouble?
> > Almere, the Netherlands


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