Outlook 2003: Meeting Requests: Time=Free -> Time=Tentative


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Craigster

When creating a meeting request with Time=Free, Outlook should set Time=Free
on recipient's calendar initially, but instead sets Time=Tentative. This is a
problem as my company uses these for Out of the Office notifications, and so
recipients' calendars show tentative time instead of free time, which
interferes with real meeting requests that others on Exchange are trying to
schedule. Is there a fix for this, or has it been fixed in Outlook 2007?
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Correction. Try setting it to no response required. That is adding it as
free here.

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Diane Poremsky said:
it works that way in Outlook 2007 and I'm not aware of any fix for it.

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Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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Craigster said:
When creating a meeting request with Time=Free, Outlook should set
Time=Free
on recipient's calendar initially, but instead sets Time=Tentative. This
is a
problem as my company uses these for Out of the Office notifications, and
so
recipients' calendars show tentative time instead of free time, which
interferes with real meeting requests that others on Exchange are trying
to
schedule. Is there a fix for this, or has it been fixed in Outlook 2007?
 

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