Have a daily appointment which auto deletes and I can’t find the source

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When I clean out my deleted folder, 1st off my sort criteria is doc type (ie. contact/calendar/mail + [shift/Received]).  What this does for me is show all my appointment at the top and every day (or each time I check) I always find that there are multiple entries with the exact same title (in this case 10 Massage) and it occurs multiple times per day, always seperated by one hour, but never the same starting point or ending point. (Example of todays sort below): From          Subject           Received          Size    Categories    My Name    10 Massage    Mon 1:36 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Mon 2:36 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Mon 3:36 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Mon 4:36 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Mon 5:36 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Mon 6:36 PM    2 KB {Monday started at 1:36PM, ran each hour until 6:36PM}       My Name    10 Massage    Tue 6:11 AM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 7:11 AM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 8:11 AM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 4:13 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 5:13 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 6:13 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 7:14 PM    2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    Tue 10:14 PM  2 KB {Tuesday started at 6:11 AM, ran each hour hmmm, skipping a minute/or hours here and there until 10:14PM}        My Name    10 Massage    12:14 AM        2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    2:15 AM          2 KB        My Name    10 Massage    4:16 AM          2 KB {Wednesday/Today started at 12:14AM, ran every other hour until 4:16AM - current time that I'm posting this}  Figure 1: FIGURE-1 Also, please note that the starting and ending date is the same (this is true in every itteration, it's always 12/31/1979 with a start time of 7:00PM ending at 7:30PM, and it's always states at the top that "This appointment occurs in the past" - which is obvious. I've tried everything I know to eliminate this and it continues to propogate ... the good thing is it doesn't mess up my actual appointment calendar, but, there it is in my delete box, daily.

Software/Hardware used:
Office 2000, HP Pavillion Vista home Pro 64-bit (but also happened on older Pavillion XP-Home)

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Sort your calendar by active appointments and recurring appointments to see if you can find and delete this appt. You can also use the tool <a href=”http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=55FDFFD7-1878-4637-9808-1E21ABB3AE37&displaylang=en”>MFCMAPI</a> to try and find this. One appointment we had trouble finding recently was still in a user’s inbox, he had never deleted it and never accepted or declined it and it was giving him reminders. We had to find the rogue email and delete it using MFCMAPI to make this stop.

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