Outlook 2007 delete items Calendar Help!!


D

DC

We recently upgraded Office 2003 to Office 2007 running Exchange 2003. We are
having issue with Outlook 2007 calendar/meeting invites entry. When user sent
out a meeting invite they can't delete the invite without sending an email to
the invitee. Or if they remove an attendee from the invite, it again would
not allow the users to just save the entry without those deleted attendee
without sending out an email update. It work perfectly in Outlook 2003 but
it's not working correctly in 2007. Please help!
 
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D

DC

Hi Diane!

Thanks for responding! Yes, SP2 is installed! So far 2007 is a nightmare!!!
I have another machine next to me with Office 2003 and the calendar deletion
works perfectly where I can save and close any modification to a calendar
entry without sending an update to any attendee. In 2007, I only have the
option to "save change and send update" and "Don't save but keep the meeting
open" The admins are driving me crazy with their calls!

Diane Poremsky said:
Do you have Outlook SP2 installed? There was an issue like this with some
addins but SP2 should fix it.

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DC said:
We recently upgraded Office 2003 to Office 2007 running Exchange 2003. We
are
having issue with Outlook 2007 calendar/meeting invites entry. When user
sent
out a meeting invite they can't delete the invite without sending an email
to
the invitee. Or if they remove an attendee from the invite, it again would
not allow the users to just save the entry without those deleted attendee
without sending out an email update. It work perfectly in Outlook 2003 but
it's not working correctly in 2007. Please help!
 

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