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Unable to send meeting request to ONLY one person - Outlook 2003 Issue- Operation Failed!!!!!!!!

Posted on 2006-10-24
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Please help.
I have an user started to get "Operation Failed" when trying to send meeting request to a specific user.

She can send a meeting request to everyone else except for that user.

I can send a meeting request to that user with no issues.

PLEASE HELP!

Thanks.
GL
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The only issue like that that i have seen is with outlook 2003 not patched are you using sp2?

this sounds like your issue http://support.microsoft.com/kb/891115/

Also have you tried sending a meeting request to only one user instead of that user. I know that you said that specif user but if the users are in the a distribution group then when it send to the last user of the distributions group it reaches the size limit try to send only to that user from the computer were u have the issues...
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by:gl056191
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Thank you for your input.

I have figured it out... with the assistance from the user.

After posting the question, I created her email profile and try to similate the same issue. However, I was able to send out the meeting request from her calendar to the person she couldnt book the meeting with.

It was a file that she has included in the meeting request - it was not named properly. Once that has been corrected, she was able to resume normal process.

I will have to ask for refund of the points.

Thanks.
GL
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no problem
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