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How can we create a meeting and send invitations using a background agent?

Posted on 2014-02-12
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The title says it all: is it possible to have an agent in some application X that can
- create a meeting in a mail database (for the owner)
- send invitations to the participants
so that all standard Notes scheduling functionality works? I know there are the script libraries, but they sometimes require interaction which is an impossibility in a background agent.

We also tried with the web libraries, there I get some errors that I can't explain. Road closed as well.

I found several scripts that create a meeting, but I found little or nothing on how to send invitations.

Any ideas??
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Question by:Sjef Bosman
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Thanks, I didn't have that link yet. I'll give it a try, but the server is still on a rather old release: R8.5.3  ;-))
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Forgot all about this question. We solved the issue differently, if I remember correctly, without sending invitations. Thanks.
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