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Android missing meeting invitation details from Outlook 2010

Posted on 2011-09-12
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I have users with Droid HTC's that cannot see meeting invitation details sent from Outlook 2010.  They cannot see the time and date of the meeting unless they propose a new time.  This only happens when it is sent from Outlook 2010.  Outlook 2007 works fine.  The Android OS is syncing from Exchange 2007.  The Android fimrware is updated.

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The "ICS Bot" app will allow for them to see the date and time, but still won't show attendees and location :(

This issue is a known in 2.2 that (AFAIK) has not been fixed.
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