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question: the original meetings were created by 'pcobban' account which was renamed 'pcobban-g'. Is it possible to MOVE the actual calendar items over to the NEW pcobban account, so pcobban has full edit permissions on the items? When the mailbox was copied, this only created copies which do not receive updates and can not be edited.

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Look why cant simply some forward those emails to the user and he will work just as before .... however old meeting would need to be deleted once you get a new meeting just to avoid duplication

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