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Help with meetings in outlook?
I booked a meeting in outlook with several attendees. Two of those attendees were the wrong people.

I want to do the following 2 things.

1. In one meeting I want to cancel the meeting but I dont want the cancellation email to go to the 2 wrong people I had invited initially. How do I do this ?

2. I want to update another meeting but want to replace the two wrong peoples email addresses with two other people. When I send the update I only want the update to go to all already invited people ( except the two wrong people ) and also to the two new people.


How do i do the above two ?

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Question by:freshjada
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David Lee earned 50 total points
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Hi, freshjada.

Not possible.  
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