Today data appears and DISAPPEARS!



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Today data appears and DISAPPEARS!

Postby cGttYg » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 02:19:54 GMT

Trying to use Outlook 2007.  The Today screen comes up for about 5 seconds, 
then the screen is still there, but all data - appointments, tasks, etc. 
DISAPPEAR from the screen!  I've already downloaded and installed the service 
pack for this program.

Outlook 2003 worked great but I'm ready to ditch 2007.  Any suggestions?

Re: Today data appears and DISAPPEARS!

Postby Diane Poremsky [MVP] » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 04:36:25 GMT

Did you try office diagnostics?  Does the outlook today page disappear too, 
or just the outlook data?  What type of email account do you use?

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Re: Today data appears and DISAPPEARS!

Postby cGttYg » Thu, 23 Oct 2008 05:13:00 GMT

Yes I tried office diagnostics.  The today page stays along with the headings 
(calendar, tasks, messages) but the data disappears.  We are using Outlook 
Express for our e-mail, but not using it with Outlook 2007.

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> -- 
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