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Outlook 2007 Calendar meeting request Issue.

Posted on 2011-09-19
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Hi All.
Hope you can assist.

I am running exchange server 2007 & Outlook 2007 clients. We have a situation where meeting requests are sent & then received as per normal, however sometimes recipients then become the owners / organizer of the meetings, which they were not as they did not organise the meeting.

This causes a lot of panic as when people want to delete the meeting out of their calendars as the owner they are afraid it may cancel the meetings out of everyone's calendar/diary.

Any Ideas?
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Pretty sure this was a known issue resolved in SP2
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=5

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Might also pay to check Exchange has the latest Patches/Rollups/Updates
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I'm not sure if they have that service pack installed as yet but will be checking soon enough.
There is also a no of duplicate messages. It seems as if the BlackBerry copied all her old messages back to outlook when it resynched
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Hi
I've checked & I will have to apply SP2 for Outlook on this machine,
This however does not not resolve my issueof duplicate meetings & how to clear them without cancelling it out of everybody else's calendars. Any ideas.
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You should find that SP2 fixes the issue Mentioned in the Original Post.

To be Fair, the duplicate issue is really a seperate issue and should be addressed in a New Question.

However, to remove duplicates you will need to use a 3rd party tool
here are some links to some

http://www.slipstick.com/addins/duplicate-remover-tools-for-outlook/

http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/duplicate-remover-tools-for-calendar
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