Outlook \ Exchange 2003: Occasional meeting notifications notautomatically appearing as tentative in


Q

QH

I have a user who is a PA to one of the directors. She has full
permissions to the director's calendar, and can send meeting
invitations out on behalf of her boss. She has flagged an issue with
me where when she sends out meeting requests to a group of people, the
meeting request is NOT ALWAYS automatically appearing (as 'tentative')
in the calendar of another director. Does anyone know of any reason
why this might happen? This is a big problem as the other director
occassionally misses meetings she is required to attend.

Any ideas on why this might happen?

Thanks,

QH
 
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M

Mayur

I have a user who is a PA to one of the directors. She has full
permissions to the director's calendar, and can send meeting
invitations out on behalf of her boss. She has flagged an issue with
me where when she sends out meeting requests to a group of people, the
meeting request is NOT ALWAYS automatically appearing (as 'tentative')
in the calendar of another director. Does anyone know of any reason
why this might happen? This is a big problem as the other director
occassionally misses meetings she is required to attend.

Any ideas on why this might happen?

Thanks,

QH

Users might be accepting the meeting request but with "Do not send
response" option..
 
F

Fazal Mohommad khan

Hello QH

Just double check the calendat attendant service beacause by default it
places all the request as tentative on behalf of the user and than the user
accepts or decline
 
J

Jamestechman

Does the "another director" notice this only when the delegate sends
the meeting request or happens sometimes when other users send? If
happens generally; try running outlook/cleansniff.

Reminders for flagged e-mail messages are not displayed in Outlook
2002
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940168



James Chong (MVP)
MCITP | EMA; MCSE | M+, S+,
Security+, Project+, ITIL
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