"Private" meetings


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Guest

An invitation was sent for a "private" meeting to a conference room in-box,
to be accepted. All other attendees received the invites, however the
conference room in-box never received it and the room never accepted the
meeting. Does it have something to do with the meeting being classified as
"private"? If not, can you think of any other reason why the in-box to the
room wouldn't receive it? The "private" meeting never showed up as tentative
on the meeting room calendar, either, but is definitely included in the list
of invitees. This caused a double-booking. We are using Outlook 2003 XP on an
exchange. Second request. Sorry for the re-post. Thanks.
 
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G

Guest

I found my own answer. If a meeting is classified as "private" it will send a
message to the in box that email is there, however it will not display the
message and the box looks empty.
 

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