preventing an outlook meeting from being forwarding the appt to other user?

Posted on 2011-10-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

Does anyone know if there is a way to prevent invitees of an Outlook
Meeting  from forwarding the appointment to other individuals?  For
confidentiality purposes, wondering if there is a sure way to ensure
LiveMeetings can only be accessed by the inviter who sends the outlook
entry and invites specific individuals.
Question by:frankbustos
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    Accepted Solution

    In short No.

    If you send an invitation to someone
    Theres not really much you can to do stop them from sending it out
    Other than disabling their Ability to send mail full stop.

    You could mark them as Private.
    Wont stop them from sending it on, but if anyone else were to check their schedule they wouldnt see the details


    Author Closing Comment

    ok, makes sense, thanks

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