Public Folder Issue

Public Folder Issue

Post by roelfi » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 23:42:27


I have set of Public Folders for my Contacts databases.I
use a Custom form for all of these DB's.All users could
accessed the DB's up untill yesterday.One user suddenly
get "Unable to display folder" message in one of the
Contact DB's in Public Folders.Checked permissions..All
are still the same and everyone has access.Currently have
13000 records in this DB.
Any ideas...anyone...?
 
 
 

Public Folder Issue

Post by sfellma » Thu, 13 Nov 2003 22:38:58


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| I have set of Public Folders for my Contacts databases.I
| use a Custom form for all of these DB's.All users could
| accessed the DB's up untill yesterday.One user suddenly
| get "Unable to display folder" message in one of the
| Contact DB's in Public Folders.Checked permissions..All
| are still the same and everyone has access.Currently have
| 13000 records in this DB.
| Any ideas...anyone...?
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Roelfio,

Clear the forms cache. This is done simply by renaming frmcache.dat. Of
course, if this doesn't fix the problem, then you could start standard
troubleshooting like a new NT profile, new NT account, removing and
readding the person to the PF, etc...

HTH,

Scott Fellman
Microsoft