Reminders Problema after Profile Account Windows 7

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douglas_bra

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Dear,

After deleting my profile on Windows 7. My Outlook 2010 SP1 reminders do not work.
When I create a task, the reminder window is displayed when I snooze for 5 minutes the window opens again, it just no longer appears when I put 2 hours to snooze.
PS: occurred after creating a new profile in Windows 7
 

brad1985

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You can try two things :

  • You can try running the inbox repair tool on your .pst file which is in Outlook
  • You can create a new profile in outlook and import your data from old profile
 

larry

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Did you try the cleanreminders switch?

Close Outlook. Using the Start search field on Vista or Windows7 Start menu or press Windows key + R to open the Run command, type or paste the following

outlook.exe /cleanreminders

Then press Enter (or OK button) to restart Outlook.
 

douglas_bra

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You can try two things :

  • You can try running the inbox repair tool on your .pst file which is in Outlook
  • You can create a new profile in outlook and import your data from old profile
I ran the two, but without success.

Did you try the cleanreminders switch?

Close Outlook. Using the Start search field on Vista or Windows7 Start menu or press Windows key + R to open the Run command, type or paste the following

outlook.exe /cleanreminders

Then press Enter (or OK button) to restart Outlook.
I also tried, without success.

Ps: I think it's a problem with the Windows profiles, it is the second time this happens to me.
 

larry

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Create a new Windows account and configure outlook in it - see if the reminders work as expected.
 

douglas_bra

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Create a new Windows account and configure outlook in it - see if the reminders work as expected.
It ran this step.
What happens that no reminders 5 minutes snooze, snooze and I click on the window back again.

EDIT:

The procedure to delete the profile is not the same as creating a new account?

Windows creates new registry keys when you create a new account?
 

catherized

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Are we talking Windows user accounts, email accounts in Outlook or Outlook profiles?

Windows accounts (larry's suggestion) is a new windows log on so you can see if your windows account is the problem.

Outlook profile - create a new one in Control panel, search for Mail. Add one account to it and test. This creates a new profile in the registry of your current windows user account. The outlook profiles are at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles

Outlook accounts are the email accounts within a profile.
 

douglas_bra

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Are we talking Windows user accounts, email accounts in Outlook or Outlook profiles?

Windows accounts (larry's suggestion) is a new windows log on so you can see if your windows account is the problem.

Outlook profile - create a new one in Control panel, search for Mail. Add one account to it and test. This creates a new profile in the registry of your current windows user account. The outlook profiles are at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles

Outlook accounts are the email accounts within a profile.
We are talking about the Outlook Profile.
After I delete the Windows profile (account) and create a new profile and set up my PST this problem occurs.
 

Diane Poremsky

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Are you using a new pst file or reusing an old one? The reminders folder in the old pst file could be damaged. Along with /cleanreminders switch, try the /resetfolders switch. Or use MFCMAPI to delete the reminders folder. (I don't have instructions for that - guess i should write it up. :))
 

douglas_bra

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Are you using a new pst file or reusing an old one? The reminders folder in the old pst file could be damaged. Along with /cleanreminders switch, try the /resetfolders switch. Or use MFCMAPI to delete the reminders folder. (I don't have instructions for that - guess i should write it up. :))
I using old PST, I used MFCMAPI but not resolved.
ps: I will try to create a new Windows account, I think Outlook picks up some important configuration that no longer exists.
 

Diane Poremsky

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oh, i thought you already tried a new windows user account. Before that, I would try a new outlook profile and let outlook make the pst file. Create some tasks or appointments with reminders and see if it works.
 

douglas_bra

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oh, i thought you already tried a new windows user account. Before that, I would try a new outlook profile and let outlook make the pst file. Create some tasks or appointments with reminders and see if it works.
I tried a new PST, still not solved. What I tried was to create a new Windows account.
 

douglas_bra

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Not resolved. What happens is that I can only put 2 hours to snooze and not 5 minutes.
 
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