"How to enable "Invite Attendees" button in OWA Public Folder

Posted on 2004-08-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
The Invite Attendees button is 'greyed out' when access the public folders from outlook web access. This is on Exchange 2003. The button is present, so I presume it is possible.
Question by:sadasupport

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anyware-mz earned 400 total points
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On a public folder, this is not possible. You have to go to your own calender.

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Geez, if that is the answer, and someone can confirm, I'll tripple the points and split it between anyware-mz and whoever confimrs this, just to spite Microsoft.

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