Issues while forwarding Meeting Requests


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richiered

Problem #1
When a user forwards a meeting (which has not been updated by the
organizer), the TO: does not populate with the attendees. This is the
expected behavior when doing a forward.

When the same meeting is updated (say we update the time) and then forwared,
TO: field is populate with the attendees.

Do we know why the behavior changes ? Is this a bug or MS design issue?


Problem # 2: When forwarding a updated meeting that has optional attendees,
all the optional attendees show up in the meeting invite that is received by
the person who gets the forwarded meeting. when forwarding it allows us to
delete Required Attendees but not the optional attendees.

Is this a bug or a MS design issue?
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

1. By design - when forwarding an unchanged meeting, you get to select who
to include in the TO: but when changing a meeting and then forwarding, you
would want to update all of the prior attendees with the new time, no?

2. By design.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, richiered asked:

| Problem #1
| When a user forwards a meeting (which has not been updated by the
| organizer), the TO: does not populate with the attendees. This is the
| expected behavior when doing a forward.
|
| When the same meeting is updated (say we update the time) and then
| forwared, TO: field is populate with the attendees.
|
| Do we know why the behavior changes ? Is this a bug or MS design
| issue?
|
|
| Problem # 2: When forwarding a updated meeting that has optional
| attendees, all the optional attendees show up in the meeting invite
| that is received by the person who gets the forwarded meeting. when
| forwarding it allows us to delete Required Attendees but not the
| optional attendees.
|
| Is this a bug or a MS design issue?
 

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