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Posted on 2004-04-07
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I use Outlook 2000 as my mail client, when I receive and meeting request and accept it everything seems to work fine.  But when I look at my calendar the meeting does not show up?  I look in my sent mail folder and I can see the accepted meeting request as being sent back to the requester (who informs me that he shows that I have accepted the meeting) but still nothing in my calendar.  When I open the reply for the accepted meeting, it has a yellow triangle message, which states the following message:
"This meeting is not in the Calendar; it may have been moved or deleted"  

But I did not delete the meeting I only clicked on the "Accept" button, which should put the meeting into my calendar!!

Any help is greatly appreciated
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Question by:iblb
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robinluo earned 1500 total points
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before you accept the meeting request, did you see any tentative item in your calendar?

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by:iblb
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This issue has been resolved by myself, the end user had created a second "Calendar" underneith a sperate profile the meetings that were not showing up were in fact going to that profiles calendar.
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This can also happen if the user has a rule set up to send any emails from the inviter to an Archive folder (As in AutoArchive).  The Archive folder has its own calendar, and deleted items.  My user had a rule set up to send any emails from his boss to his Archive folder, and he was getting meeting requests there.  When he would accept the meetings, they would go on the Archive calendar, and not show up on his main calendar.  Removed the rule, and this works.
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