Why does Outlook 2003 cancel a recurring meeting when I update it


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Ginny

Sometimes, when I update a recurring meeting invite Outlook sends a
cancellation notice then an update. The only change I make is in the notes
section and the participant list. But everyone receives the cancellation and
update. If recipients accept the new invite first and the cancellation second
the meeting no longer appears on their calendar. Has anyone else experienced
this?
 
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brett armstrong

I wish someone had answered you since I am researching this for one of our users. I see that Microsoft mentions that when you add an attendee to a recurring meeting that was not an original attendee it will do this but the only reference I have found is buried in the below link with no real explanation. The way to fix it is to just recreate the recurring meeting with the people you want or deal with the newly invited getting the two messages. They also have to be careful to process both invites in order to have the correct entries on their calendars. If anyone has a better explanation please let us know.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899704



Ginny wrote:

Why does Outlook 2003 cancel a recurring meeting when I update it
18-Aug-09

Sometimes, when I update a recurring meeting invite Outlook sends
cancellation notice then an update. The only change I make is in the note
section and the participant list. But everyone receives the cancellation an
update. If recipients accept the new invite first and the cancellation secon
the meeting no longer appears on their calendar. Has anyone else experience
this?

Previous Posts In This Thread:

Why does Outlook 2003 cancel a recurring meeting when I update it
Sometimes, when I update a recurring meeting invite Outlook sends
cancellation notice then an update. The only change I make is in the note
section and the participant list. But everyone receives the cancellation an
update. If recipients accept the new invite first and the cancellation secon
the meeting no longer appears on their calendar. Has anyone else experience
this?


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brett armstrong

I wish someone had answered you since I am researching this for one of our users. I see that Microsoft mentions that when you add an attendee to a recurring meeting that was not an original attendee it will do this but the only reference I have found is buried in the below link with no real explanation. The way to fix it is to just recreate the recurring meeting with the people you want or deal with the newly invited getting the two messages. They also have to be careful to process both invites in order to have the correct entries on their calendars. If anyone has a better explanation please let us know.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899704



Ginny wrote:

Why does Outlook 2003 cancel a recurring meeting when I update it
18-Aug-09

Sometimes, when I update a recurring meeting invite Outlook sends a
cancellation notice then an update. The only change I make is in the notes
section and the participant list. But everyone receives the cancellation and
update. If recipients accept the new invite first and the cancellation second
the meeting no longer appears on their calendar. Has anyone else experienced
this?

Previous Posts In This Thread:

Why does Outlook 2003 cancel a recurring meeting when I update it
Sometimes, when I update a recurring meeting invite Outlook sends a
cancellation notice then an update. The only change I make is in the notes
section and the participant list. But everyone receives the cancellation and
update. If recipients accept the new invite first and the cancellation second
the meeting no longer appears on their calendar. Has anyone else experienced
this?

wish someone had answer
I wish someone had answered you since I am researching this for one of our users. I see that Microsoft mentions that when you add an attendee to a recurring meeting that was not an original attendee it will do this but the only reference I have found is buried in the below link with no real explanation. The way to fix it is to just recreate the recurring meeting with the people you want or deal with the newly invited getting the two messages. They also have to be careful to process both invites in order to have the correct entries on their calendars. If anyone has a better explanation please let us know.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899704


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