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Author: Byung Kun Kim 2 64 31 Oct, 2016 09:21:54 Author: Andrei Smolin Unable to adjust the width of task pane Author: Amit B 3 70 31 Oct, 2016 09:11:54 Error message when tying to access a appointment: "Cannot read one instance of the recurring appointment. Requirements Visual Studio versions: 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 WiX versions: 3.6 and higher OverviewThis technology is now available for our custom development services only. Close any open appointments and try again, or recreate the appointment".

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