Attendees, attendees where are you ?

Hi,

We use Microsoft Schedule + 7.5 (1460.8)
and when clicking on a meeting someone else scheduled and then on the attendees, the boxes 'required' and 'optional' are empty.
The only way to discover who are the other attendees to the meeting is to open the agenda of the person who scheduled the meeting and click there on the meeting and the attendees.

Is this a bug ? Is there a way around.
jan_l_keersmaekersAsked:
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dew_associatesCommented:
Jan, check this URL. Does this apply to you?

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q153/9/59.asp

Also, are you using Outlook, GroupWise or???

Dennis
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jan_l_keersmaekersAuthor Commented:
Exactly, unfortunatly this sites doesn't give the answer, but a good description of the problem
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jan_l_keersmaekersAuthor Commented:
I see MSFT is working on a solution.
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dew_associatesCommented:
What are you using on the site, Outlook? or ???
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jan_l_keersmaekersAuthor Commented:
Ms Schedule 7.5
and Ms Exchange 5.0

Ms suggests that everyone gives read rights to everyone and then you can open someone elses agenda to see the other attendees. Because only the originator of the meeting can see the attendees. It's a bug.
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dew_associatesCommented:
I'm aware of it. You may want to consider deploying Outlook 98 or 2000.
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jan_l_keersmaekersAuthor Commented:
Many thanks for your info, we will upgrade, but since the company policy this will take a few months
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