Transferring meeting requests/appointments when an employee leaves

Posted on 2006-05-18
Last Modified: 2011-10-03
Is there a way in Exchange Server 2003 to transfer ownership of meeting requests/appointments from one employee to another? Typically we experience a problem where a customer facing employee leaves the company and no one picks up their old meeting requests so customer's are occassionally attending meetings with no company representation. A bit embarrassing....

I've been thinking that if there is a way to transfer ownership of all existing meeting requests, appointment etc during the normal account termination process then this could go a long way towards fixing this problem.

Question by:jnoble123
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    Someone will need to go through the old employees calendar and create new meetings accordingly.

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