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Adding more people to an existing meeting in calender

Posted on 2004-04-07
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Good Day,

I can't remember how, but I am sure there is a way.  I have meeting set up in my calender,  that I have invited other people to.  I would like to invite some more people,  but without sending another notification to those already invited.  I want to send the invitation only to the new people, without updating the whole event to eveyone.  Is this possible?
We are using Outlook 2000 with Exchange server.

Thanks,

Cinamon
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Double click the existing meeting in your calendar, modify the attendee list and add those you need to add, click on "Send", Outlook will prompt you: Do you want to send the update to
"Only added and deleted people" or "All attendees"....
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