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One user having problems connecting with another user's calendar

Database access was met with an error of "This database cannot be read due to an invalid on disk structure" in Notes R5. One of our users tried to access another user's public calendar. Many others are fine connecting to this calendar; it is only this one user that has the problem. Any ideas?
This is usually caused by a corrupt icon on the user's workspace. Have that person go to the workspace, remove the icon in question and compact the workspace. When they go to open the calendar again, it should work.

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