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Outlook thinks meeting requests are not mine

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Hi Everyone,

I have Outlook 2007 SP2 with Exchange Server 2007 SP1, When I create a meeting request and later try to change the details I find
that outlook says I am not the organiser. It says that myemail@domain.com is the organiser, which it thinks is not me!

Any idea why? It is very confusing for everyone because they end up with multiple entries in their calendar because I can't cancel the old entry.

Thanks.
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Hi, jjoz.

Do you also have a Gmail/Google Calendar account that's connected to this Outlook profile?  
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yes I do, how did you know ? would that be the problem ?
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I did a bit of research on the problem and found a number of instances where this problem started immediately after adding Google Calendar to the Outlook profile.    Here's a Google support page on the issue.

http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Calendar/thread?tid=076aa0f3e0fce4d5&hl=en
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yes thanks man !
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You're welcome.  Glad I could help.

With this question I just went over 10 million points.  Thank you!
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wow, glad to hear that too man, it works very well, you're psychic :-)
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