Outlook Meetings - can not respond because you are the organizer (when you are not)

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2013-03-09
When I set up a meeting in the outlook calendar and invite 4 of my co-workers, they all accept.  The trouble is if I have to change the meeting time or date, or cancell the meeting at least 2 out of the 4 received, you can not respond because you are the organizer.  Well, are not the organizer and this screws up the calendar for others.  How do we solve?
Question by:jtills91
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    We experience this when users view or respond to meeting requests from smartphones (and occasionally, from OWA).  It looks like there may be an update for Exchange 2007, SP3 that addresses this.

    See the following link for some additional background:

    Microsoft Update
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