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Thread: [SOLVED] PST Import Tool "Appointment with Uid[]..." warning

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    Default [SOLVED] PST Import Tool "Appointment with Uid[]..." warning

    I've cleaned out the calendar and run the import tool to get appointments imported from a local pst file. I've done this loads of times before without a problem. This time it's 5.0.7 on F7 and every appointment generates a warning;

    Appointment with Uid[] has already been migrated, hence skipping it.

    Regardless of settings including "Ignore previously imported items" all I get is the warning above and nothing gets imported.

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    The original problem was with ZCSPSTImportWizard-5.0.7_GA_2411.exe. I tried again with ZCSPSTImportWizard-5.0.1_GA_1900.exe and they imported OK. The problem seems to be with the new 5.0.7 version of the import tool.

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    Could you file a bug?

    Also if you have a chance to try the same PST (against a test account) using the 5.0.6 tool that would help (let me know if you need a copy) so we can see if it's a regression from .6 or if we have to look farther back and compare .5/.4/.2 code differences.

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    No problem, I do need a copy of 5.0.6 though, that's not one I downloaded.

    Mike

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    < 3mb so just went ahead and emailed a copy to your forum address.

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    i experienced this with 1 account with 5.0.6 but i thought clearing thecalendar and rerunning it to import calendar only fixed I really don't remember though

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    The import failed using the 5.0.6 import tool you sent me, re-started with 5.0.1 and it's importing OK.

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    Sent you .5 '.4' .3 .2 anyways, though QA in the bug sees .5 is fine (& someone else notes .2 -exchange wizard that is- was fine)
    Last edited by mmorse; 07-07-2008 at 05:54 AM.

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    OK the results are as follows;

    2. Works
    3. Works
    5. Works

    You sent me 3 twice so I didn't have 4 but I guess it's OK, looks like the break was 5-6

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