Outlook 2003 / Exchange 2003 - how to find proof of meeting requestssent?


K

KingCronos

One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.
 
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K

KingCronos

Are the meeting requests on the boss's calendar with recipients listed?

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One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Hi,

Yes they are, but ACCORDING TO THE USER they were added in manually
after it was noticed that the meeting was not there, so it does not
really help.

Thanks,

Don
 
K

KingCronos

Are the meeting requests on the boss's calendar with recipients listed?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com

Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Hi,

Yes they are, but ACCORDING TO THE USER they were added in manually
after it was noticed that the meeting was not there, so it does not
really help.


Thanks,


C
 
D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

If they were added later, did she send updates? Outlook will make the offer
to send updates when its saved.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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KingCronos said:
Are the meeting requests on the boss's calendar with recipients listed?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com

Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Hi,

Yes they are, but ACCORDING TO THE USER they were added in manually
after it was noticed that the meeting was not there, so it does not
really help.


Thanks,


C
 
K

KingCronos

Hi,

Yes, I am aware of the offer to send updates to the meeting, but is
there any evidence of the original meeting request being sent out that
can be retrieved? This is what I really need.

Thanks for your help,

C

If they were added later, did she send updates?  Outlook will make the offer
to send updates when its saved.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com

Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
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Are the meeting requests on the boss's calendar with recipients listed?
--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com
Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)
EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)
You can access this newsgroup by
visitinghttp://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspxor
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One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

Yes they are, but ACCORDING TO THE USER they were added in manually
after it was noticed that the meeting was not there, so it does not
really help.

C- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
 
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D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You only have the exchange server logs (message tracking). If it went out
using SMTP, you'll have the smtp logs, assuming logging was on.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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KingCronos said:
Hi,

Yes, I am aware of the offer to send updates to the meeting, but is
there any evidence of the original meeting request being sent out that
can be retrieved? This is what I really need.

Thanks for your help,

C

If they were added later, did she send updates? Outlook will make the
offer
to send updates when its saved.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips:http://www.outlook-tips.net/
Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center:http://www.slipstick.com

Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)

You can access this newsgroup by
visitinghttp://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspxor
point your
newsreader to msnews.microsoft.com.




Are the meeting requests on the boss's calendar with recipients
listed?
Outlook Tips by email:
(e-mail address removed)
EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)
You can access this newsgroup by
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One of my users claims that with some meetings she booked on behalf
of
her boss, the required attendee never received any notification. I
suspect the real problem is user error, but how can I find proof
that
meeting requests were sent out at all in Outlook or Exchange. I
tried
searching in Message Tracker, and did not find anything. Any ideas
welcome.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

Yes they are, but ACCORDING TO THE USER they were added in manually
after it was noticed that the meeting was not there, so it does not
really help.

C- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
 

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