Users shared calendar with two emails - how to send meeting requests from either address?

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
I have setup a user on exchange 2003 with two email addresses ( and We want to share this users calendar and give read permissions to everyone but create permissions to two organisers. They can then send invites out and recieve responses. However - some meeting requests need to go from and some from  In outlook the delegate user can send normal email by using the from field but I can't find a from field in the meeting request?  Am I going about this the wrong way or does anyone know how to use the from functionality in a meeting request please?
Question by:davelongman
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    which version of outlook are u using
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    Outlook 2003
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    We have resolved this by only using 1 email address. All the documentation I have read points to onlt 1 email address being used by the calendar.
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