Problem with Calendar entry

Posted on 2009-02-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

We are using Outlook 2007 - Exchange 2003.

One of our users set up a recurring meeting last year and was the organiser.

However, the recurrence seems to have disappared now from his calendar. He asked someone else to send him the inviation, but he is now no longer the organisor according to the item.

Does anyone know how we can fix this?

Question by:kam_uk
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    You cannot change an organiser as such, (not the intention here but Outlook obviously sees it as such) but did they get a copy of the email invite forwarded or get added to the attendees and do/did either help?


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