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i installed live meeting 2005 addin and am using outlook 2003- get re-curring  bogus meeting request

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i keep getting a reminder for PLEASE IGNORE - Temporary item created by Live Meeting Add-In.  MS has a workaround but no work for me.
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northit,

Is this the KB you found:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/954287

If so - when doing the work around (if you can try it again) type your title and then copy and paste it, so that it is exact. Otherwise, it will not pick them all up and only one is required to start the temp's back up.

See if this KB is better:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938853
Hope this helps,
Kevin
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