How do I change a meeting organizer??


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Tonya980

I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?
 
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Brian Tillman

Tonya980 said:
I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for
a year in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send
out reminders to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can
I change the meeting organizer? If so how do I do it?

I believe that the organizer field is immutable. Delete the original and
have the new organizer create another.
 
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Judy Gleeson \(MVP Outlook\)

No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
Probably neater to delete, explain why, resend fom you.


Regards

Judy Gleeson
MVP Outlook
Trainer and Consultant

www.pragmatix.com.au


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Ram S

In this context, is there a way to add multiple individuals as meeting organizer, so one or the other would be able to make changes to the invite?



Tonya98 wrote:

How do I change a meeting organizer??
05-Mar-08

I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

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Dan Peterson

Our domain name & thus our email addresses recently changed, and now I can no longer manage, cancel, or delete a recurring appointment that I created. (e-mail address removed) is now an Attendee, and (e-mail address removed) is now the Organizer. Although we have our email routing setup such that I still receive emails to the old domain email address, apparently in Exchange I am now (e-mail address removed) and I am NOT (e-mail address removed). What can I do? I didn't even enter an end date for the recurring appointment, I thought I would be able to just cancel or change it if needed. I am in the IT dept., so could perform or ask for Exchange Admin functions, if needed, but I don't know what to do, and haven't seen anything anywhere that addresses this.
thanks,
Dan



Diane Poremsky [MVP] wrote:

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No

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How do I change a meeting organizer??
I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

Re: How do I change a meeting organizer??
I believe that the organizer field is immutable. Delete the original an
have the new organizer create another
-
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
Probably neater to delete, explain why, resend fom you

Regard

Judy Gleeso
MVP Outloo
Trainer and Consultan

www.pragmatix.com.a
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You should be able to delete it from your calendar - but you can't cancel it
and have it removed from other's calendars.

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Our domain name & thus our email addresses recently changed, and now I can
no longer manage, cancel, or delete a recurring appointment that I
created. (e-mail address removed) is now an Attendee, and
(e-mail address removed) is now the Organizer. Although we have our email
routing setup such that I still receive emails to the old domain email
address, apparently in Exchange I am now (e-mail address removed) and I am
NOT (e-mail address removed). What can I do? I didn't even enter an end
date for the recurring appointment, I thought I would be able to just
cancel or change it if needed. I am in the IT dept., so could perform or
ask for Exchange Admin functions, if needed, but I don't know what to do,
and haven't seen anything anywhere that addresses this.
thanks,
Dan



Diane Poremsky [MVP] wrote:

No.--Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.
14-Oct-09

No.

--
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Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center: http://www.slipstick.com/

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EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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Previous Posts In This Thread:

How do I change a meeting organizer??
I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a
year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out
reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the
meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

Re: How do I change a meeting organizer??
I believe that the organizer field is immutable. Delete the original and
have the new organizer create another.
--
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
Probably neater to delete, explain why, resend fom you.


Regards

Judy Gleeson
MVP Outlook
Trainer and Consultant

www.pragmatix.com.au


.

Add multiple individuals as meeting organizer
In this context, is there a way to add multiple individuals as meeting
organizer, so one or the other would be able to make changes to the
invite?



Tonya98 wrote:

How do I change a meeting organizer??
05-Mar-08

I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a
year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out
reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the
meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

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No.--Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.
No.

--
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Tonya98 wrote:

How do I change a meeting organizer??
05-Mar-08

I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

Previous Posts In This Thread:

How do I change a meeting organizer??
I had an employee recently resign and she has meetings scheduled for a year
in advance with our Medical Staff. We need to be able to send out reminders
to the invited attendees without going in as her. Can I change the meeting
organizer? If so how do I do it?

Re: How do I change a meeting organizer??
I believe that the organizer field is immutable. Delete the original an
have the new organizer create another
-
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
No. You can delete the meetings and re-invite people or "go in as her".
Probably neater to delete, explain why, resend fom you

Regard

Judy Gleeso
MVP Outloo
Trainer and Consultan

www.pragmatix.com.a
 
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