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Posted on 2004-03-30
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For some reason, I am suddenly not getting Meeting Requests, I can get them as an attachment, but when someone sends a request, it never shows up in my Inbox.  The only recent changes to my pc is that we started using WSS and I am the admin for our WSS Sites, and when I saw the icon to add some of the WSS users as MSN contacts, I stupidly said yes.  I  am using Office 2003 in an Exchange environment.
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Hey Jessandjeff, are they going right to the calendar? Do you have that option turned on to accept automatically?
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No, not to the calendar, nor do I get anything in the inbox.  I did not even notice til a coworker asked me about a meeting.  I just ain't getting any!
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Ouch, that isn't good
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I couldn't believe this mistake.  I stupidly checked the box to only send meeting requests to my delegate.  And it is a test delegate at that!

Thanks for the help anyway!
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