Meeting Requests...


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Mike

I have a colleague who has calendars for several partners
on her outlook. Problem: When she goes to accept/decline
a meeting request or even delete a meeting request it will
freeze her Outlook. We have run the office repair utility
as well as completely uninstalled / reinstalled Office
with the same result. We are beginning to think that the
problem lies is the number of delegates she has - perhaps
there is a limit??
 
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Ben M. Schorr, MVP-OneNote

What version of Outlook are you running and what mode (Corp/Workgroup,
Internet Mail Only, etc.) do you have it installed in? If you're not sure,
check Help | About.


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-Ben-
Ben M. Schorr, OneNote-MVP
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Ben M. Schorr, MVP-OneNote

Hmmm...there is no limit in Outlook 2000 that I'm aware of. Did it ever
work or has it always frozen up on her when she tried to do that? I assume
she's accepting/declining meeting requests for other people. Can she
accept/decline meeting requests that are for her?


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Aloha,

-Ben-
Ben M. Schorr, OneNote-MVP
http://home.hawaii.rr.com/schorr

**I apologize but I am unable to respond to direct requests for assistance.
Please post questions and replies here in the newsgroup. Mahalo!
 
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Guest

It has been doing this for quite awhile...
We removed all of her delegated mailboxes to see if it
would happen when she tried to accept a meeting request
and it did the same thing??? The user's computer was
reimaged recently as well and it seems we have 3
individuals on different platforms with different loads
having this problem...

Weird.
 
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Ben M. Schorr, MVP-OneNote

Have you double-checked the permissions she has to the calendars she's
trying to accept meetings for?


--
Aloha,

-Ben-
Ben M. Schorr, OneNote-MVP
http://home.hawaii.rr.com/schorr

**I apologize but I am unable to respond to direct requests for assistance.
Please post questions and replies here in the newsgroup. Mahalo!
 
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