Send update to only one meeting invitee


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JoeP

In Outlook 2003 I have invited 7 people to a meeting. One person has deleted
their invite by mistake and has asked me to send the meeting request to them
again. How do I send the request just to the one person and not to the other
6 invitees. Thanks for the help.

JoeP
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

In Outlook 2003 I have invited 7 people to a meeting. One person has deleted
their invite by mistake and has asked me to send the meeting request to them
again. How do I send the request just to the one person and not to the other
6 invitees. Thanks for the help.

Create a mail message and drag the appointment to it as an attachment. They
can then drag the attachment to their calendar.
 
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elbyc

Create a mail message and drag the appointment to it as an attachment.  They
can then drag the attachment to their calendar.

1) Delete the person from the invitation
2) Save and Close - When prompted to update attendees, select "Don't
send update"
3) Open the invitation, add the person back in
4) Save and Close - When prompted to update, select "Send updates only
to added or deleted attendees"
 
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elbyc

It's easier just to forward it to the person - either by choosing forwardor
sending an attachment as brian suggested.

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1) Delete the person from the invitation
2) Save and Close - When prompted to update attendees, select "Don't
send update"
3) Open the invitation, add the person back in
4) Save and Close - When prompted to update, select "Send updates only
to added or deleted attendees"- Hide quoted text -

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True - but unless they send you an acceptance they won't be in the
list of attendees, so if you change the time of the meeting you will
have to remember to add them to the attendees. Even if they do accept
the invitation, they will appear as optional guests.
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

the original question was about someone who deleted their copy and needed it
resent - so they are in the attendees list already. No need to remove them
and re-add them.

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