Outlook 2002: Who Created an Appointment


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Larry Des Jardines

We have shared access to calendars and from time to time
the question of who created an appointment comes up.
We've resolved that question in the past by looking at
the calendar in a table view that included the "from"
field. After applying Office XP Service Pack 3 over the
weekend, however, the "from" field in newly created
appointments now contains the name of the calendar's
owner, not the name of the person who actually created
the appointment. The "from" field on appointments
created prior to applying SP3 still contains the name of
the person who created the appointment.

Anyone know how I can tell who created an appointment
after having applied SP3? Thanks in advance for your
help!

Outlook 2002
Exchange Server 2000
Windows 2000 (server)
Windows XP (client)
 
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Robert Crayk

If you change the |View to a Table type and then drag the Organizer field
from the Field Chooser you should be able to see who created the item. Note
the Organizer field is located under "All Appointment Fields"
 
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Larry

I've seen that solution listed for older versions of
Outlook. I'm running Outlook 2002 and cannot find
an "Organizer" field listed under any category in Field
Chooser. The closest is "NetMeeting Organizer Email". I
tried that field just to be thorough and it contains no
data (we aren't currently using NetMeeting, so I'm not
surprised). Have you seen an "Organizer" field in
Outlook 2002? If so, do you know what I might need to do
to get it to appear as an option for me?
 

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