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Groupwise Appt's showing Tasks

Groupwise Appt's showing Tasks

Groupwise Appt's showing Tasks

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We have Groupwise 5.5spE installed and we have one user who uses the Groupwise calendar heavily for viewing, proxying, etc. The problem we are having is the user will double click to schedule an appt. and a blank task or note will open up. No matter what day you choose to open, the same thing will happen. If we click to view the Week, the same thing will happen. We have tried refreshing the screen, we have tried clearing any filters (there are none). The resources are at 58%. Only two other light programs are running. The only thing that will fix it, is exiting out of the program then going back in. Please help? We want to know what is causing this problem. We have wiped out the machine a few times, updated to the latest Novell client, running Win98 Sec. Edition on a Compaq 1GHz 128MB Ram.

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