Recover Deleted Meeting Notice


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Guest

I deleted a reoccuring meeting notice that I had sent out to a number of
people the other day and selected that the meeting be deleted without sending
a cancellation notice to the other attendees. The problem is that the
meeting still shows up on the other attendees calendar, but not mine and I
wanted it to be deleted off of their calendars as well. I can't figure out
how to get the meeting off of their calendars because it no longer shows up
on mine. Thanks!
 
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Brian Tillman

Scott said:
I deleted a reoccuring meeting notice that I had sent out to a number
of people the other day and selected that the meeting be deleted
without sending a cancellation notice to the other attendees. The
problem is that the meeting still shows up on the other attendees
calendar, but not mine and I wanted it to be deleted off of their
calendars as well. I can't figure out how to get the meeting off of
their calendars because it no longer shows up on mine. Thanks!

But not sending the cancellation notice, you told Outlook that the meeting
shouldn't be removed from their calendars. I don't know of any way for you
to get Outlok to remove the meeting from their calendars, unless the even is
still in your Delted Items folder and you put it back in your calendar,
deleting it one more time, this time allowing the cancellation notice to be
sent.
 
G

Guest

The meeting request is no longer in my deleted items folder. Does anyone
know any other way for me to remove the folder from the attendees calendars?
 
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Brian Tillman

Scott said:
The meeting request is no longer in my deleted items folder. Does
anyone know any other way for me to remove the folder from the
attendees calendars?

Call them up or email them and tell them the meeting's cancelled.
 

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