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MS Outlook 2010 - How do I remove myself as the organizer of a meeting?

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Ok, here is the scenario.  Use Exchange public folder within Outlook.  I go out and create some different meetings and send out the invitation as normal.  However, I'm really only the organizer.  I'm not even planning on attending the meeting.  So now have these meetings scheduled and they show up in my personal calendar.  If I try and delete them out of my personal Outlook calendar, it wants to kill the entire meeting.  I just want to create meetings, invite pertinent people, and not have these things show up on my calendar.
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You can't, the organizer suppose the one initiate the meeting and he/she need to know response from meeting member whether they can come or not. He/she also be able to move the meeting to new date if many members cannot attend it.

Creating invitation will automatically put schedule in your calendar and also in the calendar of the recepients. Deleting it will delete will acknowledge the recepients and remove the meeting from their calendar as well.
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