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when I add a new attendee to a meeting he does not get the list of other attendees

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I have a large meeting I've set up with lot of attendees.  When I add another attendee Outlook sends out the meeting request to the new attendee.

However when the new attendee recieves the meeting request it does NOT show any of the other attendees - just the meeting organiser and the person.

the new attendee is NOT a member of the domain / exchange i.e. external third party i.e. invite is going via internet.

Can anyone tell me why this is ?

Using Outlook 2010 on both ends...
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When I add an attendee to an appointment - I get an option to just send the update to the new attendee or to all attendees. Could it be that if you send the update to just one attendee - he only sees that attendee. If you send the update to all - he sees all?
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have you tested this ?  or found this documented anywhere ?  
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