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Entourage user unable to accept/ decline meeting requests.

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I am unable to accept or decline meeting requests in Entourage (2008) on a Server 2003 Domain, we run Exchange 2003 here, meeting requests are being sent from users on Outlook 2007.
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Are you sure your calendar folder is in it's proper location and you have rights to it.
Typically when you accept, decline or accept tentative Entorage will try to write this to a Calendar folder. If it cannot it will grey-out the buttons to do those functions.
 
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IS the location on the server or on my machine?
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the "Calendar" folder can be moved out of it's default location by accident into some other place. Like a sub-folder of the inbox per-se, Entorage does not like that, though Outlook can handle it fine.
 
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The calendar is stored both on the server and a cached copy on the client, I'm referring to is <logical> location with-in the end-user message store.
 
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