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Outlook 2007 Deleting Old Calendar Entries without mailing all the past attendees!

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We have an Exchange 2003 Enterprise server and are also running some clients with Office 2007. One of our staff is doing a lot of housekeeping and deleting old Calendar meetings/entries. Many of these had multiple attendees and at present when she deletes one of these historical appointments, all the previous attendees get a mail informing them that the meeting (that has past!) has been deleted. This didn't happen in Outlook 2003.

Her office (and PC) is fully patched and Outlook is on SP3, I am aware that the user could go offline and resolve the problem that way but this is not practical.

Can we get her to delete historical appointments whilst online but without sending out a plethora of emails to everyone and his dog about a deleted event in the past!!

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Mark
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Karen Falandays earned 500 total points
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Sorry Mark, I am afraid that is the only known way to easily remove these old meetings and avoiding cancellation notices :(
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