Outlook Meeting Requests


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CHKMSTrainer

In Outlook 2003 you could forward an owner's meetings as well as someone
elses meetings to additional attendees' and the To: would be blank. We have
found the same functionality in 2007 for the owner's meetings, however when
trying to forward someone else's meetings there is no forward function that
allows you to do the same for someone else's meetings. You can right click it
from the calendar and click forward but then you have to remove all
additional attendees. Is there a way to be able to click forward on any given
meeting be it the owners or anothers meeting and forward it with a blank To:
field? Please let me know. Thanks
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Are you using Forward as icalendar option or forwarding an an Outlook item?
(the default format is outlook item)

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CHKMSTrainer

I am having the user foward as an Outlook Item. They don't use the iCalendar
option to my knowledge. Thanks.

Diane Poremsky said:
Are you using Forward as icalendar option or forwarding an an Outlook item?
(the default format is outlook item)

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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CHKMSTrainer said:
In Outlook 2003 you could forward an owner's meetings as well as someone
elses meetings to additional attendees' and the To: would be blank. We
have
found the same functionality in 2007 for the owner's meetings, however
when
trying to forward someone else's meetings there is no forward function
that
allows you to do the same for someone else's meetings. You can right click
it
from the calendar and click forward but then you have to remove all
additional attendees. Is there a way to be able to click forward on any
given
meeting be it the owners or anothers meeting and forward it with a blank
To:
field? Please let me know. Thanks
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

Try the ical option and see if it meets your needs.

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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CHKMSTrainer said:
I am having the user foward as an Outlook Item. They don't use the
iCalendar
option to my knowledge. Thanks.

Diane Poremsky said:
Are you using Forward as icalendar option or forwarding an an Outlook
item?
(the default format is outlook item)

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





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

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.


CHKMSTrainer said:
In Outlook 2003 you could forward an owner's meetings as well as
someone
elses meetings to additional attendees' and the To: would be blank. We
have
found the same functionality in 2007 for the owner's meetings, however
when
trying to forward someone else's meetings there is no forward function
that
allows you to do the same for someone else's meetings. You can right
click
it
from the calendar and click forward but then you have to remove all
additional attendees. Is there a way to be able to click forward on any
given
meeting be it the owners or anothers meeting and forward it with a
blank
To:
field? Please let me know. Thanks
 

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