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Adding a user to recurring meeting in Outlook 2007

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Hello. We have a new senior management member. The other managers have numerous recurring meetings setup where they invited the "MANAGEMENT" group in Exchange 2007. I've added the new member to the Management group, but I don't know how to get the recurring meetings added to his calendar. When I open the a meeting series and view the scheduling assistant, his name is listed but the meeting doesn't show on his calendar. I've tried saving it again to see if would resend the invites but it didn't work.
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manual method -
  forward the invites from one of each recurring meeting to his email
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It won't show until the user ACCEPTS the meeting invitation.
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by:David Lee
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Another way to do this is to make some change to each of the meetings, then send an update.
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