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Meeting invites not displayed in reading pane - Outlook 2007

Posted on 2011-02-10
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Guys,
We are on Exchange 2003.
Meeting invites from one user is not visible on reading pane.
All we see is
"This item contains active content which cannot be displayed in the Reading pane. Open the items to read the contents."

Any idea how to fix this?

I tired reinstalling outlook, tried from different laptop - no luck.

Thanks in advance.

Shaba
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Have you tried sending the meeting request form a different laptop but same user.

It sounds like that users Outlook is using a custom form for meeting requests and Outlook blocks them in the reading pane.

The other thing to try is create the user a new Outlook profile on their existing laptop and test again.

 
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by:Shabarinath Ramadasan
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Hi dpreston68,

Yes. I tried configuring this user mailbox on my Outllook  (outlook 2010). But invites are still having the same issue.
Its not client specific and interestingly, invites from OWA dont have any issues.

its just from Outlook.
We tried new profile along with Outlook re-installation. No luck.

Thanks,
Shabarinath
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Mailbox moved to a different server - No luck.

Finally, We got it done. Recreated the mailbox after exporting everything into PST.

Thanks,
Shabarinath
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As I got it resolved myself, I am marking my comment as answer.
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