Can't accept appointment


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Guest

I have a user who is unable to accept an a appointment sent from another
co-worker. When she tries to accept the appointment, she gets the following
error message:

As the meeting organizer you do not need to respond to the meeting.

User did not send the meeting request and she is not the organizer. The
meeting shows that it came from her co-worker. It comes to her inbox and it
has all of the accept, decline, tentative, options etc. User is using
Outlook 2003. Any suggestions?
 
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Guest

I have the EXACT same problem when I receive a meeting request from my wife
at our home office. All others I receive are OK. Looking forward to a
solution...
 
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Guest

Guess no one has found a fix, it would be nice if microsoft techs would scan
some of these questions.
 
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Brian Tillman

alexintexas said:
Guess no one has found a fix, it would be nice if microsoft techs
would scan some of these questions.

If you want to guarantee Microsoft techs see your problem, you have to pay
them.
 
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Guest

Sorry guys - I still have not found a solution to the problem described
above. If I do find anything I will be sure to post it.
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

So, is your Oracle, Novell, SAP, etc. support free as much MORE that you pay
them? I doubt it.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
reading.

After furious head scratching, alexintexas asked:

| No kidding, it should be free as much as the software cost us.
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| "Brian Tillman" wrote:
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||| Guess no one has found a fix, it would be nice if microsoft techs
||| would scan some of these questions.
||
|| If you want to guarantee Microsoft techs see your problem, you have
|| to pay them.
|| --
|| Brian Tillman
 

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