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Why are meeting requests to external domain users not showing accept/decline buttons

Posted on 2007-11-21
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Hello,
When a user on our exchange server recieves a meeting request from an external party the meeting request arrives (we are on the Exchange 2003 server, using Outlook 2003) w/o the accept, decline, etc buttons. Instead they get an email with the following format
when..
where..
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There is no guarantee that Exchange specific features like meeting requests will work outside of the originating network. I tell my clients to presume that it will not. AV and Antispam will often mangle the message so that it cannot be read by the remote server correctly.

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