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Weird issues with Outlook meeting invitations

Posted on 2009-04-06
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I have a client that seems to be experiencing some very odd issues with meeting invitations in outlook.  Several people (probably 7-10) have reported one issue or another.  The majority of the people say that when they receive a meeting invitation (from several sources, not just one person in particular) that the meeting times seem to go in the first available time slot (and not the correct time slot like it should) on their calendars. In some cases they are only off by 30 minutes from the actual meeting time.  Some of the people have also reported issues that they were unable to dismiss meeting reminders and that they would keep popping up for the same meeting.  These problems had seemed to start with the DST time change (we are in AZ so we do not change time) They are running an SBS 2003 server with exchange SP2.  Has anyone else ever experienced any issues like this or can give me an idea of where to look
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Jian An Lim earned 250 total points
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i donno where is AZ so i cant help you.

but please go through this and select all of the psosible software yo uhave with microsoft and deploy the patches as required.


http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_dst
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