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Outlook -- saved a Meeting request, didn't send ... where is the thing?

Posted on 2008-11-03
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Admittedly, this is user error.  But what mistake did I make?

I'm using MS Outlook 2003 ... configured against an Exchange server.  The other day I put together a detailed meeting request ... attachment, schedule, everything.

But I had to check a couple details, so I hit File | Save ... and then closed the request window.

Now I want to pull it up, correct the details, and send it.

I can't find it.  It's not under Drafts ... that seems to hold only Email drafts.  On the Calendar tab, there is no Drafts option.

Is it gone?  Or is there somewhere else to look?

Thanks!
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Found it!

With Calendar pulled up, went to Tools |  Find | Advanced Find ... left Appointments and Meetings selected in the Look For: box ... put in a keyword from the subject ... and it came right up.

Thanks to anybody who spent time on this!
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