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You cannot respond to a meeting without an organizer. You must add an organizer field to the item.

Posted on 2009-06-29
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The title says it all. I have found post after post and KB's on this and can not seem to get a resolution, so I am looking for more or at this point anything that may help. Member is running Outlook 2003, SP3.........OS is XP, SP3 with all available hotfixes.

Here is what I done so far:
1. Ran detect and repair in Outlook.
2. deleted her local profile.
3. reapplied SP3
4. Set up a new Outlook profile
5. Had her log on to another computer
6. applied KB's
Thanks for any help.
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by:apache09
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No you cannot, there must be an organizer.


How did you get a meeting without an organizer in the first place?
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apache09, thanks for asking, but you and I both know there has be be an organizer. In fact there is, it's just that Outllook is generating the error and I was looking for someone that may have found a solution to it.

But never mind.....I solved it myself.
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by:Greythorn
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Hi Ehrnog,

Do you mind sharing your solution as there seems to be no fixes for this anywhere other than the common SP1 suggestion which does not work accurately.

Thanks!
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