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Accepting meeting requests on Outlook 2007

Posted on 2013-05-22
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Hey,

We are using an Exchange 2008 server, and the client machine which is having the issue is an XP client with Office 07 on it.

When the user is trying to accept a meeting request he gets the following message: "MS Outlook could not complete the operation. One or more parameters are not valid".

The meeting does not show on his calendar, the user also reports that this has happened when he tries to send emails at times, not often though.

Please advice!
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Check they have office 2007 Sp3 installed
http://www.microsoft.com/en-nz/download/details.aspx?id=27838

There are some knonw issues with calendar that are fixed

Also check to see if user has cached exchange mode on
If they do, turn it off under accoutn settings and try again
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