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skyzyk
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      01-27-2009
Every time I open up Windows Live Mail in the morning the following error
message retiurns : "There was an error when attempting to connect to
the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres an
upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative".

I see that at leat 2 other people have the same problem. It seems to be a
common concern. Is there any way to remedy htis situation?

I cannot rely on it anymore. I've already lost all my appointments once in a
similar situation. When I go online it says "Windows Calendar is not
available" If that's the case shouldn't there be an e-mail to that effect.?

Thanks for your time and cooperation.
skyzyk

 
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...winston
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      01-27-2009
In most cases this appears to be a server related issue.
If a local problem, deleting one's Calendar folder may rectify the issue.

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"skyzyk" <> wrote in message
news:75F7BEF3-65CE-4944-A164-...
> Every time I open up Windows Live Mail in the morning the following error
> message retiurns : "There was an error when attempting to connect to
> the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
> an
> upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
> representative".
>
> I see that at leat 2 other people have the same problem. It seems to be a
> common concern. Is there any way to remedy htis situation?
>
> I cannot rely on it anymore. I've already lost all my appointments once in
> a
> similar situation. When I go online it says "Windows Calendar is not
> available" If that's the case shouldn't there be an e-mail to that
> effect.?
>
> Thanks for your time and cooperation.
> skyzyk
>

 
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ELEMSI
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      02-08-2009
I get the same error message and I have the latest update for Live Mail as
far as I know. So you mean, delete the current calendar(s) and then recreate
it and it should work? A bit of a pain since I've entered all kinds of
information already.



"...winston" wrote:

> In most cases this appears to be a server related issue.
> If a local problem, deleting one's Calendar folder may rectify the issue.
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
> "skyzyk" <> wrote in message
> news:75F7BEF3-65CE-4944-A164-...
> > Every time I open up Windows Live Mail in the morning the following error
> > message retiurns : "There was an error when attempting to connect to
> > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
> > an
> > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
> > representative".
> >
> > I see that at leat 2 other people have the same problem. It seems to be a
> > common concern. Is there any way to remedy htis situation?
> >
> > I cannot rely on it anymore. I've already lost all my appointments once in
> > a
> > similar situation. When I go online it says "Windows Calendar is not
> > available" If that's the case shouldn't there be an e-mail to that
> > effect.?
> >
> > Thanks for your time and cooperation.
> > skyzyk
> >

>

 
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ELEMSI
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      02-08-2009
Hi - I get the same message and I know I have a the latest updates of
everything. You are saying that we must delete our current calendar and the
recreate it? I have already entered all kinds of information so that is
quite a bit to ask. Is there any other way to fix this?

"...winston" wrote:

> In most cases this appears to be a server related issue.
> If a local problem, deleting one's Calendar folder may rectify the issue.
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
> "skyzyk" <> wrote in message
> news:75F7BEF3-65CE-4944-A164-...
> > Every time I open up Windows Live Mail in the morning the following error
> > message retiurns : "There was an error when attempting to connect to
> > the Windows Live Calendar Service.If error persists, check to see theres
> > an
> > upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
> > representative".
> >
> > I see that at leat 2 other people have the same problem. It seems to be a
> > common concern. Is there any way to remedy htis situation?
> >
> > I cannot rely on it anymore. I've already lost all my appointments once in
> > a
> > similar situation. When I go online it says "Windows Calendar is not
> > available" If that's the case shouldn't there be an e-mail to that
> > effect.?
> >
> > Thanks for your time and cooperation.
> > skyzyk
> >

>

 
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...winston
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      02-09-2009
If you are using a Live ID to signon, the calendar content is stored on the web server. The Live ID's Calendar once deleted(Windows
Live Mail needs to be closed) via Windows Explorer will be recreated on the next WLM open and sync'ed with the content on the web
server.

If you are not using a Live ID to signon in WLM(called the Default account), you've little option if the Calendar
database(WLCalendarStore.edb) is corrupt, since nothing sync's with the web server. As insurance, you might wish to backup the
database file
(\...\Windows Live Mail\Calendars\DBStore\WLCalendarStore.edb)
or consider using a Live ID in the future to ensure your data is stored on the web server.

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"ELEMSI" <> wrote in message news:B284E352-9C1D-4F3E-B601-...
> Hi - I get the same message and I know I have a the latest updates of
> everything. You are saying that we must delete our current calendar and the
> recreate it? I have already entered all kinds of information so that is
> quite a bit to ask. Is there any other way to fix this?



 
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R.Clark73
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      02-10-2009
I am getting "There was an error when attempting to connect to the Windows
Live Calendar service. If the error persists, check to see if there's an
upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service representative."
each time i check my mail too. I don't have any need of the calendar service
though. Is there anyway I can keep using Live Mail but uninstall or stop the
calendar from running? The thing is getting on my nerves!

"...winston" wrote:

> If you are using a Live ID to signon, the calendar content is stored on the web server. The Live ID's Calendar once deleted(Windows
> Live Mail needs to be closed) via Windows Explorer will be recreated on the next WLM open and sync'ed with the content on the web
> server.
>
> If you are not using a Live ID to signon in WLM(called the Default account), you've little option if the Calendar
> database(WLCalendarStore.edb) is corrupt, since nothing sync's with the web server. As insurance, you might wish to backup the
> database file
> (\...\Windows Live Mail\Calendars\DBStore\WLCalendarStore.edb)
> or consider using a Live ID in the future to ensure your data is stored on the web server.
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
> "ELEMSI" <> wrote in message news:B284E352-9C1D-4F3E-B601-...
> > Hi - I get the same message and I know I have a the latest updates of
> > everything. You are saying that we must delete our current calendar and the
> > recreate it? I have already entered all kinds of information so that is
> > quite a bit to ask. Is there any other way to fix this?

>
>
>

 
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R.Clark73
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      02-10-2009
I am also getting "There was an error when attempting to connect to the
Windows Live Calendar service. If the error persists, check to see if there's
an upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
representative." each time I check my mail. Is there anyway I can uninstall
the calendar service and just keep Windows Live Mail. I have no need of the
calendar and it is becoming a real nuisance.

"...winston" wrote:

> If you are using a Live ID to signon, the calendar content is stored on the web server. The Live ID's Calendar once deleted(Windows
> Live Mail needs to be closed) via Windows Explorer will be recreated on the next WLM open and sync'ed with the content on the web
> server.
>
> If you are not using a Live ID to signon in WLM(called the Default account), you've little option if the Calendar
> database(WLCalendarStore.edb) is corrupt, since nothing sync's with the web server. As insurance, you might wish to backup the
> database file
> (\...\Windows Live Mail\Calendars\DBStore\WLCalendarStore.edb)
> or consider using a Live ID in the future to ensure your data is stored on the web server.
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
> "ELEMSI" <> wrote in message news:B284E352-9C1D-4F3E-B601-...
> > Hi - I get the same message and I know I have a the latest updates of
> > everything. You are saying that we must delete our current calendar and the
> > recreate it? I have already entered all kinds of information so that is
> > quite a bit to ask. Is there any other way to fix this?

>
>
>

 
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R.Clark73
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      02-10-2009
I am also getting "There was an error when attempting to connect to the
Windows Live Calendar service. If the error persists, check to see if there's
an upgrade of Windows Live Mail available or contact a service
representative." each time I check my mail. Is there anyway I can uninstall
the calendar service and just keep Windows Live Mail. I have no need of the
calendar and it is becoming a real nuisance.

"...winston" wrote:

> If you are using a Live ID to signon, the calendar content is stored on the web server. The Live ID's Calendar once deleted(Windows
> Live Mail needs to be closed) via Windows Explorer will be recreated on the next WLM open and sync'ed with the content on the web
> server.
>
> If you are not using a Live ID to signon in WLM(called the Default account), you've little option if the Calendar
> database(WLCalendarStore.edb) is corrupt, since nothing sync's with the web server. As insurance, you might wish to backup the
> database file
> (\...\Windows Live Mail\Calendars\DBStore\WLCalendarStore.edb)
> or consider using a Live ID in the future to ensure your data is stored on the web server.
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
>
> --
> ...winston
> ms-mvp mail
>
> "ELEMSI" <> wrote in message news:B284E352-9C1D-4F3E-B601-...
> > Hi - I get the same message and I know I have a the latest updates of
> > everything. You are saying that we must delete our current calendar and the
> > recreate it? I have already entered all kinds of information so that is
> > quite a bit to ask. Is there any other way to fix this?

>
>
>

 
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