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How can we Delete occurance of recurring appointment but do not cancel for invitees

Posted on 2011-03-04
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My CEO has created many recurring appointments for meetings and invited the other managers to attend.

He would like to be able to delete the meeting from his calendar for those days he will not be able to attend the meeting but he wants the other invitees to have the meeting without him.

So, basically, he wants to delete the appointment but not cancel the meeting.  

Is this possible?

He has Outlook 2010 and we use Exchange 2003.

Thanks very much.
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praveenkumare_sp earned 500 total points
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As The CEO is going to be the organiser of the meeting , if he cancels the meeting ,its unserstood by exchange that the meeting is cancelled

U have 2 options

1) ask any other manager to take responsibility to create meeting request

2)Ask Him not to cancel but reply to the Meeting request saying that he wont be there
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by:Donniebman
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When it wants to send the notification to the attendee’s through email about the cancellation, just replace their name with your own, then it will just notify you. Replace attendee's email with your own email
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by:praveenkumare_sp
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The CEO must remove the other managers name from the To list and add only his name there
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by:lwillingham
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So the meeting is cancelled only for the peope who receive the cancellation notice?
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by:Donniebman
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I guess I'm wrong.....  It still sent the cancel notice, just didn't delete it out of the calendar.  Sorry I guess it only works one way, the attendee can delete without notifying the owner of the appointment, but not the other way around.
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