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Scheduled invitation in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2011-09-22
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A user scheduled a meeting in Outlook 2003 via invitation.  When the meeting was cancelled and rescheduled, the meeting no longer appears on her calendar but does appear on everyone else’s (invitees) calendar. Any ideas how this happened?
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Hi, JCCANYHELPDESK.

My best guesses are that either the  meeting organizer didn't send a cancellation or did send a cancellation and the recipients didn't allow it to remove the meeting from their calendars.
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