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When I am the organizer of a Meeting Request - can I edit the appointment without sending an update to attendees, just save to my calendar only?

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When I am the organizer of a Meeting Request - can I edit the appointment without sending an update to attendees, just save to my calendar only?
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Chris Bottomley earned 50 total points
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When editing teh meeting you ought to have save and close button as well as send update.

The save and close does not send the update.

Chris
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