Outlook oddities when trying to schedule a meeting

Posted on 2011-05-03
Last Modified: 2013-02-13

 Whenever I send out appointments recently my Outlook defaults to our a group mailbox and Calendar as sender – instead of my Email address and personal calendar.

I've tried searching and fiddling around but have failed to find anything apart from a similar issue that was caused a while back by GoogleSync.  The app changed the default organiser to the Gmail add.  However, the application isn's installed in this case.

I am confuzzled :)
Question by:Nielmar
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    Accepted Solution

    Delete and re-create your outlook profile which will default your settings

    Author Comment

    I'll try this. Thanks :)

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