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Posted on 2003-10-21
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When I get a meeting request and I pull down the menu, the option for Accepting or Declining or Tenative is not there anymore and it use to be.  The actual meeting request is treat like a message with reply, reply all etc.. but no option for ACCEPTING or DECLINING?  Why is this?  Please help... Working on EXEC's Blackberry!
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Is this still an issue for you.  Sounds like corruption in the handheld OS, would suggest reloading/upgrading the OS.
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No response to suggested solution......based on available info, the solution was good.
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