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Contact and Categories button missing from OWA meeting

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Tough one. I am guessing a functionality that is missing from OWA. A user is creating an appointment in a Calendar located on a Public Folder in Exchange 2003.They are using OWA. When you do this in Outlook, you get two buttons on the bottom of the screen called Contact and Categories. OWA users are not seeing these buttons. I know funtionality is limited in OWA as opposed to Outlook but am I not doing something correct?
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You aren't missing anything - that functionality just isn't there.

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