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Add Multiple Meetings to Calendar with one click

Posted on 2011-03-17
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I would like to schedule a number of meetings in Outlook, and then send a link by email that will allow the recipients to add all the meetings to their outlook Calendars with one click. Is this possible, and if so what is the process?
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schedule a number of meetings in Outlook
>> this means you should send a meeting-request to all the receipients

Again if the end-users wants to accept those meeting-requests...we need to choose\select those items...then activate accept.

>> On other hand the end-user can choose multiple meetings manually and then can choose the options accept\decline....but nothing more than that.
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