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Event ID: 25 Source: Outlook

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Description
Cannot start the reminder service. Unable to show reminders. The Reminders folder could not be found. Network problems are preventing connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server computer.
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Relates to Outlook 2003. It appears that when this message occurs that there is not enough memory to generate anything in Outlook. Subsequently access to Calendars fails as well as Outlooks ability to display items in folders (Inbox Delete Items etc). Restarting Outlook can solve the issue but only appears to be short term. Have tried to clear free/busy info re-create mailbox profile delete old recurring items from the calendar no change.
See ME899340 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Office Outlook 2003.
When starting outlook 2003 the error was: "There was a problem reading one or more of your reminders. Some reminders may not appear. Cannot locate recurrence information for this appointment." This is also indicated as Event ID 25 in the application event log.
In our case, the problem was with a corrupted recurrence meeting in the calendar. The solution was found in ME195748 "OL98: Cannot Locate Recurrence Information for this Appointment", Altough it refers to outlook 98, the solution works for Outlook 2003 as well.
This warning is generated when a client tries to connect to an Exchange server. ME281315 and ME830265 can apply.

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