Outlook Calendar Meeting Request error


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SunnyLyons63

I recently had my computer at work changed to a newer model. I have been
using Office 2007 for about a year, so that did not change. The OS is XP.
Since I got my new computer, if I send a meeting request to several invitees,
I get the following error...

"Responses to the meeting request will not be tallied because this meeting
is not in your main calendar folder. Is this OK?"

The problem is, it is in what used to be my main calendar folder. The
calendar where all of my reminders and appointments are. If this isn't my
"main calendar folder" how do I redesignate it to be my "main calendar
folder"?
 
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SunnyLyons63

3 calendars - the "Main Calendar folder" which is no longer main; the
Personal Calendar folder (nothing in it), and another empty folder that the
system now thinks is the "Main" folder.

Diane Poremsky said:
Hit Ctrl+6 - how many calendar folders do you have?

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SunnyLyons63 said:
I recently had my computer at work changed to a newer model. I have been
using Office 2007 for about a year, so that did not change. The OS is XP.
Since I got my new computer, if I send a meeting request to several
invitees,
I get the following error...

"Responses to the meeting request will not be tallied because this meeting
is not in your main calendar folder. Is this OK?"

The problem is, it is in what used to be my main calendar folder. The
calendar where all of my reminders and appointments are. If this isn't my
"main calendar folder" how do I redesignate it to be my "main calendar
folder"?
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Ok. Go to File, Data file management in Outlook, data file tab - set your
normal mailbox to be default.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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SunnyLyons63 said:
3 calendars - the "Main Calendar folder" which is no longer main; the
Personal Calendar folder (nothing in it), and another empty folder that
the
system now thinks is the "Main" folder.

Diane Poremsky said:
Hit Ctrl+6 - how many calendar folders do you have?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

You can access this newsgroup by visiting
http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx or point
your
newsreader to msnews.microsoft.com.


SunnyLyons63 said:
I recently had my computer at work changed to a newer model. I have
been
using Office 2007 for about a year, so that did not change. The OS is
XP.
Since I got my new computer, if I send a meeting request to several
invitees,
I get the following error...

"Responses to the meeting request will not be tallied because this
meeting
is not in your main calendar folder. Is this OK?"

The problem is, it is in what used to be my main calendar folder. The
calendar where all of my reminders and appointments are. If this isn't
my
"main calendar folder" how do I redesignate it to be my "main calendar
folder"?
 

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