We had a user attempt to create an "all-day" event using the Windows 10 Mail Client (w/ ActiveSync) which resulted in 100+ calendar events being created. If you look in the _Index.xml file, you see the following entries 100+ times:
<ELEMENT ID="D7A5628A1DB74DCC95CCC26B19EFEB5A.CAL" UID="10299">
<SUBJECT>work on PLF</SUBJECT>
The ID and UID change with each of the 100+ entries but every other XML element is identical. I'm going to work with this user to better understand what he did but in the meantime is it possible to perform a mass delete on calendar events so I don't have to go through 300+ mouse clicks using the Web interface to get all these removed? Can I close his email app out and update the _index.XML by simply deleting all these nodes and saving? Is there a better tools for bulk deletes?
UPDATE: While writing this post, five more calendar events were added. The user isn't doing anything. He does have both a Windows Surface PC with the Windows 10 Mail client (and ActiveSync) running plus a separate desktop with Outlook 2016 (and the Office connector) running. I had him shut down the Surface to see if the calendar events stopped replicating.
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