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Our orginization is using Exchange Server 2003 1 -backend 2 -Front end
servers. We are experiencing an sproradic issues with calendar updates. The
owner of a meeting will issue an update to a meeting it will update the
calendar in the Outlook Client but will not update in OWA. Any help or ideas
would be greatly appreciated
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by:thomaslberg
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You are going to have to check your 2 front servers. It sounds like one is not keeping up to date so when a person is connected to one it viewing OWA.

Try on each frontend cmd>iisreset

A reboot would also be good if you can.
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Hi,
Please make sure that Outlook is not in cached mode and offline....! Try to remove Outlook from Cahced mode and create the meeting request.
Check internally and then externally via OWA and let me know
Thanks
Nitin Gupta (gupnit)
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I will try and update you the same..
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Here our requirement is to have the OFFLINE enabled..Please help me..
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thanks
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