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Outlook 2007 processes meeting requests for wrong meetings

Posted on 2011-09-19
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I have a strange problem,

A person drafts two meeting request that have the same subject line, but different days and times.

He adds attendees to both meeting requests (same attendees) and sends an update.

For a few people, the two meeting request come in and if a person accepts one meeting request, the second meeting request is processed as an update of the first.

The meeting request have the same location and subject, but different days.

Is this a bug in outlook 2007?

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Hendrik Wiese earned 500 total points
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We also had this before and this is definitely a bug, the only way to get around it would be to change the subject.
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Thanks. I just needed clarification that I wasn't going mental!

I have suggested to the creator to do this for future meeting requests.
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