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Mail Merge appointment requests?

Posted on 2014-03-24
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I'm vaguely familiar with mail merge, any one got any idea if you can mail merge individual meeting requests/appointments?

Or so the email that informs them of the appointment (generated by mail merge), gets put into their calendar to remind them

Outlook 2010 btw
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Do you need a separate Mail merge ? - won't outlook meeting request work for you?
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