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Can you BCC users in Calendar meeting requests?  Using Outlook 2007

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Can you BCC (blind copy) a list of attendees to a calendar meeting?  Using Outlook 2007
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by:doublebug
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No
Because BCC is used for resources tracking.
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by:Calgon
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OK.  I can understand that but how does a marketing group set up a caledar meeting (webina)r to many attendees without everyone knowing who will be attending a meeting?  Is there a different avenue I can take?
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David Lee earned 200 total points
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Hi, Calgon.

Save the webinar appointment as an iCalendar file and send that to the potential attendees.
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by:Calgon
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Thanks BlueDevilFan!  
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by:David Lee
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You're welcome, Calgon.  Glad I could help.
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