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Outlook 2013 - Cancelled meetings still  showing up in Calendar - How to stop this.

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Is there any way to stop cancelled meetings from showing up.

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Michael Machie earned 500 total points
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When meetings are cancelled and the cancellation notice is sent out to all parties, the option to 'Remove From Calendar' is on the email. Clicking Remove from Calendar will remove it from the Calendar, otherwise it will remain and require the User to go into their Calendar and manually remove them.
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I click remove from calendar when I get the cancellation, but it doesn't get removed from calendar.
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