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Thread: [SOLVED] Snooze breaks reminders

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    Default [SOLVED] Snooze breaks reminders

    I've verified this using ZCO 5.0.3 and 5.0.6 pre-release.

    - let's say it is 10:20 now.
    - create a calendar entry for the meeting that starts at 10:30 and set the reminder to '15 mins'
    - the dialog should pop up after pressing save & close button
    - set the snooze time to remind you in 5 mins and press snooze
    - wait 5 mins - nothing happens
    - wait 10 mins - nothing happens

    In fact, nearly all methods of using the snooze button disables reminders. The initial reminder always seems to pop up at the correct time set in the initial appointment. Performing any kind of snooze seems to make it snooze forever.

    Has anyone else seen this?

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    Just a quick follow up to my original post. Several clients were having issues with reminders/snooze not functioning properly.

    Starting Outlook from the command line with the /cleanreminders switch solved this in all cases.

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    Unhappy Didn't work for me

    I have my Outlook set to start up with the /cleanreminders switch. When I snooze appointments in Outlook, the reminders are turned off the next time it syncs with Zimbra.

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