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Updating Outlook 2007 SP2 Meeting is Creating an Additional Request

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I have an intermittent issue with Outlook 2007 SP2 and updating a existing meeting in the calendar of invited attendees. If a meeting is accepted, then later edited to update any details, the update creates an additional meeting requests instead of just modifying the existing meeting... Is there a fix for this?
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Is this happening for all the users or only for few?

If the issue is for few
Can you check if the "Automateprocessing" is marked to NONE for these mailboxes?


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996726.aspx
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E_aravind,

I used Set-MailboxCalendarSettings in shell to set AutomateProcessing to AutoUpdate. I hope this works, but this is an intermittent issue so we'll monitor. Will anything need to be done on the end-user Outlook 2007 side? This is only happening with 5 users, so I made the changes to their mailboxes only...

Thanks! Now monitoring...
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