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outlook 2007 scheduling assistant missing

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can't see the scheduling assistant icon on outlook 2007, can only see the icon scheduling. what could be the causes?
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Can you check for any updates for the Outlook clientS?
Can you share the screen-shot?

Are you accessing\opening new meeting-request from your calendar...still not visible?
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yes, opening new meeting request still not visible.  the clients already using sp3..
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shall close the qn and reward points for suggestion
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can't find the exact solution for this
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