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Recurring meetings not showing up on shared calendars when created in Outlook 2011 for Mac

Posted on 2011-02-16
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So I have a problem with someone who is using Outlook 2011 for Mac. When he goes to set up a recurring meeting, the invitees will get the invite and accept it, but it won't show up on some of their shared calendar. I've had a few test meetings made out through the Outlook 2011 and some people will have it show up, while others won't. The people who do have the meeting show up are using Outlook 2010 for PC while those that don't have the meeting appear are using Office 2007 or 2003. I don't know if that might have to do with it.
I also created some test recurring meetings through our OWA and all of those meetings do show up on everyone's shared calendar.
Any ideas as what I should do next to figure this out?
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Question by:adamant40
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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What version of exchange?
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2007
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What is the detail @ the Tracking tab of the Meeting-request organizer?
Any clues from there?


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After sending out another test meeting, I found that one of the users was deleting the series instead of the occurrence. I'm having the user with Outlook 2011 resend the recurring meeting.
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Closing out ticket.
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