Meeting Request - CTRL S


P

popinss

Hello,

Outlook 2003 SP3
Exchange 2003 SP2

I prepare a new meeting request :
I take the default date and time proposed
I add a subject
I add the attendees
I save this using the keys : CTRL + S
I do not close the meeting request
I change the date and time
and click on send.
On my Outlook calendar : everything is OK.
Now, I open OWA : the meeting still appears on the default date and time !
If I change something in the subject using Outlook ==> the subject is
changed in Owa, but the "fault" date and time remain.
If I change the date or the time of the meeting, it is updated in OWA.

So, Why is the date not changed when I click on the Send button ?
 
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P

popinss

Hello Diane,

That 's what I though at the beginning but

I have tried :

- check immediatly OWA, ==> date and time not updated
- wait an hour before checking (another meeting request) ==> date and time
not updated
- try to create new meeting request today, the first "faulty" first meeting
request are still not updated !

If I reopen the meeting request and change the time (one minute), the update
is made on OWA !

I have try to check the different fields (one correct meeting request, one
faulty meeting request) using mdbview32 or mfcmapi : I can find anything
wrong. May be, I have not seen the right fields.

I do not think it is Outlook side, all the meeting request are ok. Is it
an option on the OWA side ?

Why are the subjects updated in OWA and not the date/time ?

What I would try tomorrow : create a meeting request in OWA and check the
behaviour in Outlook.

Thanks a lot

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce qu''elles
parlent !


Diane Poremsky said:
How much time passes between the save and send? does it update as expected
if you save again before sending?

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Hello,

Outlook 2003 SP3
Exchange 2003 SP2

I prepare a new meeting request :
I take the default date and time proposed
I add a subject
I add the attendees
I save this using the keys : CTRL + S
I do not close the meeting request
I change the date and time
and click on send.
On my Outlook calendar : everything is OK.
Now, I open OWA : the meeting still appears on the default date and time !
If I change something in the subject using Outlook ==> the subject is
changed in Owa, but the "fault" date and time remain.
If I change the date or the time of the meeting, it is updated in OWA.

So, Why is the date not changed when I click on the Send button ?

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

It's not a setting that needs changed - something is not working right. I'm
just not sure if it’s a client or server problem.

Are you using cached mode in Outlook? I thought maybe the cache wasn't
updating to the server correctly - the extra Ctrl+S to force the save should
force it. Does it work if you switch modes?

You should also check with the exchange guys -
http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft.public.exchange.misc

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Hello Diane,

That 's what I though at the beginning but

I have tried :

- check immediatly OWA, ==> date and time not updated
- wait an hour before checking (another meeting request) ==> date and time
not updated
- try to create new meeting request today, the first "faulty" first
meeting
request are still not updated !

If I reopen the meeting request and change the time (one minute), the
update
is made on OWA !

I have try to check the different fields (one correct meeting request, one
faulty meeting request) using mdbview32 or mfcmapi : I can find anything
wrong. May be, I have not seen the right fields.

I do not think it is Outlook side, all the meeting request are ok. Is it
an option on the OWA side ?

Why are the subjects updated in OWA and not the date/time ?

What I would try tomorrow : create a meeting request in OWA and check the
behaviour in Outlook.

Thanks a lot

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !


Diane Poremsky said:
How much time passes between the save and send? does it update as
expected
if you save again before sending?

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Hello,

Outlook 2003 SP3
Exchange 2003 SP2

I prepare a new meeting request :
I take the default date and time proposed
I add a subject
I add the attendees
I save this using the keys : CTRL + S
I do not close the meeting request
I change the date and time
and click on send.
On my Outlook calendar : everything is OK.
Now, I open OWA : the meeting still appears on the default date and
time !
If I change something in the subject using Outlook ==> the subject is
changed in Owa, but the "fault" date and time remain.
If I change the date or the time of the meeting, it is updated in OWA.

So, Why is the date not changed when I click on the Send button ?

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est
donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !
 
P

popinss

Thanks for your answer,

We are not working in cached mode.
It is not the "rule" here !

After one night the faulty meeting request is not updated ;-)
Outlook was closed,

Regards
--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce qu''elles
parlent !


Diane Poremsky said:
It's not a setting that needs changed - something is not working right. I'm
just not sure if it’s a client or server problem.

Are you using cached mode in Outlook? I thought maybe the cache wasn't
updating to the server correctly - the extra Ctrl+S to force the save should
force it. Does it work if you switch modes?

You should also check with the exchange guys -
http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft.public.exchange.misc

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Hello Diane,

That 's what I though at the beginning but

I have tried :

- check immediatly OWA, ==> date and time not updated
- wait an hour before checking (another meeting request) ==> date and time
not updated
- try to create new meeting request today, the first "faulty" first
meeting
request are still not updated !

If I reopen the meeting request and change the time (one minute), the
update
is made on OWA !

I have try to check the different fields (one correct meeting request, one
faulty meeting request) using mdbview32 or mfcmapi : I can find anything
wrong. May be, I have not seen the right fields.

I do not think it is Outlook side, all the meeting request are ok. Is it
an option on the OWA side ?

Why are the subjects updated in OWA and not the date/time ?

What I would try tomorrow : create a meeting request in OWA and check the
behaviour in Outlook.

Thanks a lot

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !


Diane Poremsky said:
How much time passes between the save and send? does it update as
expected
if you save again before sending?

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Hello,

Outlook 2003 SP3
Exchange 2003 SP2

I prepare a new meeting request :
I take the default date and time proposed
I add a subject
I add the attendees
I save this using the keys : CTRL + S
I do not close the meeting request
I change the date and time
and click on send.
On my Outlook calendar : everything is OK.
Now, I open OWA : the meeting still appears on the default date and
time !
If I change something in the subject using Outlook ==> the subject is
changed in Owa, but the "fault" date and time remain.
If I change the date or the time of the meeting, it is updated in OWA.

So, Why is the date not changed when I click on the Send button ?

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est
donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !
 
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D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Check with the exchange guys - since you aren't using cached mode, its
likely a server problem.

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Thanks for your answer,

We are not working in cached mode.
It is not the "rule" here !

After one night the faulty meeting request is not updated ;-)
Outlook was closed,

Regards
--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !


Diane Poremsky said:
It's not a setting that needs changed - something is not working right.
I'm
just not sure if it’s a client or server problem.

Are you using cached mode in Outlook? I thought maybe the cache wasn't
updating to the server correctly - the extra Ctrl+S to force the save
should
force it. Does it work if you switch modes?

You should also check with the exchange guys -
http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft.public.exchange.misc

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

popinss said:
Hello Diane,

That 's what I though at the beginning but

I have tried :

- check immediatly OWA, ==> date and time not updated
- wait an hour before checking (another meeting request) ==> date and
time
not updated
- try to create new meeting request today, the first "faulty" first
meeting
request are still not updated !

If I reopen the meeting request and change the time (one minute), the
update
is made on OWA !

I have try to check the different fields (one correct meeting request,
one
faulty meeting request) using mdbview32 or mfcmapi : I can find
anything
wrong. May be, I have not seen the right fields.

I do not think it is Outlook side, all the meeting request are ok. Is
it
an option on the OWA side ?

Why are the subjects updated in OWA and not the date/time ?

What I would try tomorrow : create a meeting request in OWA and check
the
behaviour in Outlook.

Thanks a lot

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est
donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !


:

How much time passes between the save and send? does it update as
expected
if you save again before sending?

--

Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]

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

Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

Hello,

Outlook 2003 SP3
Exchange 2003 SP2

I prepare a new meeting request :
I take the default date and time proposed
I add a subject
I add the attendees
I save this using the keys : CTRL + S
I do not close the meeting request
I change the date and time
and click on send.
On my Outlook calendar : everything is OK.
Now, I open OWA : the meeting still appears on the default date and
time !
If I change something in the subject using Outlook ==> the subject
is
changed in Owa, but the "fault" date and time remain.
If I change the date or the time of the meeting, it is updated in
OWA.

So, Why is the date not changed when I click on the Send button ?

--
La vitesse de la lumière étant supérieure à celle du son, il n''est
donc
pas
anormal que beaucoup de personnes paraissent brillantes jusqu''à ce
qu''elles
parlent !
 

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