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How to block forwarding of meeting invites

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Is there any way to keep someone from forwarding a meeting request onto another server. We have a need for that i our organization for one or two users. We are running Exchange 2010 SP1 and the users are using Outlook 2010. Our Forest will soon be upgrade to Windows 2008 R2. We have been talking about integrating RMS in our Forest after the upgrade. Just need to know if there is anything natively in Exchange or Outlook that can do this.
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by:e_aravind
ID: 36515443
IRM will not be applicable for the Meeting-Requests.

Workaround:
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if needed you can plan for greying-out the forward button @ the "Meeting-request"
But this will take-away the ability of forwarding any of the meeting-request then after.
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Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\DisabledCmdBarItemsList
     String: TCID1
     Value: 356


The above key is disabling the forward button for both the e-mails and meeting-requests.
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Thanks but I need to simply disable the meeting requests. Not emails and I certainly can't do this for everyone. I was just hoping there would be some way when crafting a meeting invite where you could designate that the meeting invite could not be forwarded on to anyone that was not an original invited attendee of that particular meeting.
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by:osiexchange
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I escalated this to Microsoft Support
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