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Exec Secretary's problems with managed calendar

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Our executive secretary manages a VP's calendar with full rights in Outlook 2007.  Previously she reported DST issues so I installed appropriate DST patches for Office 2007.  

I don't think the preceeding is related but she reports the following after asking her for a status:  "Well, I’ve just changed one of (VP's) meetings that did not correct on his calendar. Although I accept for him, it will only accept one week at a time".

So in other words - she goes into his calendar to update a meeting she likely created but does not "see" the update occur on his calendar.  Should she expect to see an immediate update?  Is there a propagation factor or refresh needed of some sort?  Thanks.
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