I'm working under MacOS X 10.4.11 on a 2,4Ghz MacBook Pro, Parallels Desktop 5582, Windows XP installed under Boot Camp. Since I'm using Outlook on the Boot Camp image under Parallels (starting with 3188), it behaves strangely: in a certain time intervall of approx. 90 seconds, the calendar window jumps to the day I selected / worked on last and puts it first in case I selected a couple of days. Also, if I selected several non-consecutive days, it takes the day I worked on last as the first day of a consecutive row of days. To give examples: In the calendar view, I selected the following days: Mo 1.1. / Tu 2.1. / Fr 5.1. / Su 7.1. Now I'm working on an entry on Tuesday 2.1. Suddenly, the whole display changes to Tu 2.1./ We 3.1./ Th 4.1. / Fr. 5.1. Another similar problem is that if I start typing in a new date on a day in the typical calendar view (ie. not opening a new window for the new date) and that magical intervall has passed once more, the new entry is closed an a new one starts during my typing. I hope I could make myself clear. So what is happening there? Those problems do not occur if I work on Outlook during a Windows-only Boot Camp boot, if you know what I mean. I hope for help, since this is indeed not a killing, but rather very bothersome problem.