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Outlook Appointment

I have the follow programs:

Exchange 2010
Outlook  2010

If I schedule an appointment in the public calendar and invite a group that I am member of it, it does not update my calendar.

These seems to be an Exchange 2010 issue as Exchange 2003 did not work this way.
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e_aravindCommented:
In my testing, i found that
Only E2k3,OL2k3 has got the option of receiving one copy of the meeting-requests to the Calendar folder.

Both the E2k7,OL2k7 and E2010,OL2010 are showing the same behaviour
In OL2k7 ...the meeting-requests stays @ the Inbox, but not getting into the calendar folder
Getting the meeting-details as "As the meeting organizer, you do not need to respond to the meeting"

In OL2010, this goes one level-up and directly moves this meeting-request out of the INBOX and places the same @ the "Deleted Items"
Tried manually accepting, open-n-close...still no meeting-request is copied to the calendar folder
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commengAuthor Commented:
OK, but if I invite myself, it works fine.  The only problem is when I invite a group that I am a member of, that it does not make it to my calendar.
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e_aravindCommented:
yes, i do see the same behaviour.

But the major change is:
In case of sending the meeting-request back to your own email address...its not showing any details about the organizer
(more or less this is treated like an appointment)
The only message is: No responses have been received for this meeting


Both in E2010\E2k7:
On the meeting-request to the DL we see
"As the meeting organizer, you do not need to respond to the meeting"....so this is marking the meetings as the Organizer, receipient and also expecting some more response from others..

Recall: (The dialog boxes just before you click send)
OL2k3:
Responses to this meeting request will not be tallied because this meeting is not in your main calendar folder. Is this OK?

OL2k7
This meeting is not in the Calendar folder for this account. Responses to this meeting will not be tallied.
Do you want to send anyway?







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e_aravindCommented:
This should be because of the "Calendar Concierge" provided by "Calendar Attendant"
http://blogs.technet.com/b/ewan/archive/2007/01/11/nice-new-calendaring-features-in-exchange-2007.aspx

I dont know a way to stop\by-pass the same.
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