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How To Add Meeting Attendee If Not Organizer

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In Outlook 2003, is there a way to add a meeting attendee without being the organizer?  My company receive a lot of meetings and sometimes they don't invite the appropriate people.  Is it possible for me to add a person to the meeting eventhough I am not the orignator?
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You should be able to forward the meeting notice on to the required attendees.

How do I forward a meeting request?
You can forward a meeting request to someone who should attend the meeting but didn't receive the original invitation.

1.In the meeting request, click Forward.

2.On the To line, type the name or alias of the recipient, and then click Check Names to resolve the name. If you don't know the recipient's name, click To so you can open the Address Book and search for the recipient in your organization's shared address book or your Contacts folder.

3.Click Send.
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