recurring meetings vanish when accepting a single cancelation

Posted on 2012-09-06
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Last Modified: 2012-10-10
I have a user that is a invite to a recurring meeting
A few of those meetings get cancled, i.e a recurring Monday meeting is not scheduled to happen on memorial day, etc..

He can accept the initial invite and all meeting show up in his calendar
BUT, once he accepts the single instance cancelations, the entire meeting will disapear.

There may be a link to accepting these meetings on his IPAD, but nothing conclusive

outlook 2010 on W7
Exchange 2010
Question by:carrjoe
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There is a known issue with OUtlook Appointments and syncing to Iphone or Ipad

Slipstick has detailed the issues out and also provides work arounds

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