OL 2003 /2007 Prevent meeting request updates from being sent


J

jenks

OL 2003/2007
Exchange 2003

This might be a little unusual

I have appointments in OL that are syncronized from another application. The
appt's come in with attendee's but an initial meeting request is not
generated. The attendees are only there to help with the syncing between
applications.

If the meeting date/time is changed in OL, the only way to save it is to
also send meeting request to the attendees. This should not happen as the
attendees should never see the notes. I cant remove the attendees because it
will mess up the sync with the other app.

Ultimately, I need to be able to change the date/time and save an appt
without sending a meeting request. Any way to accomlish this? Reg
hack...anything?

Thank you
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Have you tried code? That might be a solution although I am not an expert
with code.

See http://www.outlookcode.com to see if a sample exists or if someone else
has the same issue.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
ALWAYS post your Outlook version.
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


After furious head scratching, jenks asked:

| OL 2003/2007
| Exchange 2003
|
| This might be a little unusual
|
| I have appointments in OL that are syncronized from another
| application. The appt's come in with attendee's but an initial
| meeting request is not generated. The attendees are only there to
| help with the syncing between applications.
|
| If the meeting date/time is changed in OL, the only way to save it is
| to also send meeting request to the attendees. This should not happen
| as the attendees should never see the notes. I cant remove the
| attendees because it will mess up the sync with the other app.
|
| Ultimately, I need to be able to change the date/time and save an appt
| without sending a meeting request. Any way to accomlish this? Reg
| hack...anything?
|
| Thank you
 

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