Disappearing Meeting - Help!


C

Cree

I have a recurring (monthly) meeting. For this month's meeting, I opened just
the single meeting (not the series) and changed the subject line, added
message content, and changed the date, and sent out the meeting.

When I went back into my calendar later in the day, it was on the correct
(new) date on my calendar. However, when I opened the meeting, it still
listed all the old/unchanged information. I went into my Sent folder, opened
the invite I'd sent out to make sure I had indeed sent it with changes (yes),
and clicked around trying to figure out why this version wasn't showing on
via my own calendar. Not sure quite what I did, but the meeting then
completely disappeared from my calendar. I can still view the invitation I
sent out, but I can't figure out how to add it back to my calendar!

I know I can just recreate a new invite, but then all the attendees have
both invites hanging on their own calendars (and there are some execs I don't
want to bug with requests to manually delete this or that from their Outlook
accounts).

Any suggestions?? This has happened before...I love the recurring mtg
feature but it seems very prone to screwing up the individual meetings.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

exceptions to recurring meetings often get lost - its really not
recommended, but it could be something else too. Do you see it in the day or
week view? Do you have a filter on the view that could be hiding it?

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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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