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How to add attendees to an Outlook 2007 meeting request using code and custom form within Outlook.

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I am trying to create an Outlook 2007 custom form (custom to Meeting Request (IPM.Schedule.Meeting.Request)) which upon clicking a check box will add an attendee to the meeting request.  Is this possible and how?

I have successfully used vbscript to populate the subject field but I am not able to solve the above and believe I may be on the wrong track.

Sincere thanks!
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by:Martin Liss
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I don't do .Net but this seems to show how to do it.
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This should go in a VBA zone, because "within Outlook" has nothing to do with .NET, but with VBA.
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OptionalAttendees = "user1"

or

Recipients.Add("user1")


user1 has an exchange account

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by:psueoc
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A simple solution by using vbscript.
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