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Is it possible to create a meeting request, invite the attendees but not invite yourself?
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Hi

I dont think that is possible, If you are sending the reuqest then Outlook assusmes you are the organiser and therefore are part of the meeting.

I have tested this. I added myself as an Optional Attendee and send to a team member. It appears in my calendar and if I check under Scheduling it shows me twice!!

Sorry

Mark
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