Always have Oulook 2010 calendar prompt to ask to update all recipients

Posted on 2012-09-14
Last Modified: 2012-10-24
In Outlook, when I add a new recipient to a meeting, it prompts up a nice little box asking if I want it to update only the new attendee or everyone. I would love for a way to have it ask if I want it to update everyone with any change I make. Say for instance that I have a location set on the apppointment, and I change it, I am only able to send the update and everyone gets an alert which may seem like the right thing to do, but these are all external recipients who have no business knowing that I reserved a different resource for the meeting. Is there any way to have it always prompt to ask if it should alert all recipients for any change made?
Question by:adembo
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    by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
    This happens when you make modifications to a meeting .... but once you add a new Attendee it would prompt for this action as it needs to understand who should be updated and who not .....

    Its a default feature of Outlook.

    - Rancy
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    Author Comment

    Yes, unfortunately I'm well aware of this. That's why I posted here looking to see if anyone was aware of a way to alter the default method.
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    Sorry to say there isnt such a feature its a product functionality.

    - Rancy

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