No send update option when making changes to a meeting in Outlook

Posted on 2006-05-17
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have an assistant who manages her Partner's calendar - she receives his meeting requests, and also has his mailbox added into ther Outlook profile so she can see his Calendar.

She opens a meeting in his diary, makes a change to the location, and goes to save and close. When she closes the meeting, she expects to get the prompt to send an update to all attendees, etc, but no prompt appears. There's no send update option on the toolbar either?

It's very odd??? I can't work it out.

She's using Windows XP SP2, and Office 2003 (Outlook 2003) SP2
Question by:helpdesk
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    Did you try:

    1) adding a SEND option with Tools, Commands, on and drag SEND to toolbar

    2) MS Outlook Install CD - Take Repair Option

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