There may be a corrupt item, possibly with a recurring item. I'd move the
recurring items to a new calendar folder then export the main folder and the
recurring folder to see if it hangs. Once you see if either work, you'll
have an idea where to look for problems.
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"Michael T" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am exporting my outlook calendar to excel and whilst with a very small
> date range it works ok, with anything over a few months (there will be a
> hundred or so per month not thousands) Outlook siezes 97% of the processer
> and the export dialog just sits there with one bar on the progress meter.
> I have tried the same with an Access export and even the smallest export
> siezes in the same way immediately.
> The export translater software was installed for both Excel and Access
> apparently successfully and the machine re-booted as well more than once.
> Has anyone any thoughts on why this might be?