Outlook 2003 calendar


S

support

Hi,

Whenever I create a new appointment in my calendar it automatically
creates a recurrence every week.
When I first create the appointment I do not even open the recurrence
tab, I then save and close the appointmnet and all is fine up to this
point, but if I then re-open the appointment and invite attendee/s the
appointment will automaticall add the recurrence.

Hoping someone can be of assistance.

Thanks for any help.

Chris.
 
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F.H. Muffman

Whenever I create a new appointment in my calendar it automatically
creates a recurrence every week.
When I first create the appointment I do not even open the recurrence
tab, I then save and close the appointmnet and all is fine up to this
point, but if I then re-open the appointment and invite attendee/s the
appointment will automaticall add the recurrence.
It sounds like your meeting request form has been over-written by a form
template that has the recurrance pre-set.

Is this an Exchange environment?
 
S

support

Thanks for the reply FH, this is not an exchange env, how would I go
about removing this form template ??

Thanks.
 
B

Brian Tillman

Whenever I create a new appointment in my calendar it automatically
creates a recurrence every week.
When I first create the appointment I do not even open the recurrence
tab, I then save and close the appointmnet and all is fine up to this
point, but if I then re-open the appointment and invite attendee/s the
appointment will automaticall add the recurrence.
Look in Add and Remove Programs and see if you have something there called
Outlookaddinsetup. If so, uninstall it.
 
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S

support

Look in Add and Remove Programs and see if you have something there called
Outlookaddinsetup. If so, uninstall it.
Thanks very much Brian - all fixed !!
 

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