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Recover a missing meeting in Outlook

Posted on 2006-06-21
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Hello,

We are running Exchange Server and Outlook 2003.
One of the users organized a meeting few days ago and now the meeting is not in the calendar.
This user has delegates and is also a delegate for other users.

Thank you
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Hi DavidTsv,

This is another good reason to never use delegates.  I suppose you can have everyone concerned check Deleted Items and see if it's there and put it back if they find it.  Otherwise, unless you are using backup software at the Exchange server that backs up individual items in each mailbox, then the appointment is gone.  

Cheers!
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