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Outlook Calendar: How to remove broken recurring meeting

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Hi,

I have a user who had a recurring meeting for which she is no longer required.
Recurring was set by the organizer with no end date.

User tried to delete the meeting and looks like she deleted one or only few of the occurrence leaving behind occurrence in the future dates.
Now when i am trying to delete the meeting Ia m not getting option to delete the series and i have stray meetings all over her calendar for indefinite time.

Please suggest how to get rid of such meeting series with no option to delete the series any more.

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Try using Advanced Find in Outlook - the appointments should display in the find list.
These can often be removed from here - as recurring appointments show as one entry.
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I will try that out and update.
However the ones with no end date kinda worries me...
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