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How to Add Meeting Requests Automatically in Outlook 2007 but to a different Calendar?

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Using POP3 Email
I Have created a 2nd Calendar
Want meeting requests coming from either a particular person ( email address ) or a whole domain ( @xyz.com) to be automatically added as Accepted to the second calendar.
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by:dj0rbit
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this can't be done in Outlook.

You might be able to do it via a Script?
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dj0rbit:
How?
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