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Lotus Notes 6.5 - Modify planned meeting

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Troma, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. Troma

    Troma Thread Starter

    Apr 16, 2008
    Hi all,

    This is my first visit and post on this forum... so Hello Everybody !! I'm from Belgium, I like to help when I can and I have also many questions all the time :D

    So here's the first one I have...

    We're using Lotus Notes 6.5 at my work and I encounter a problem every time I modify an already planned meeting.

    Example :
    - Meeting planned on next monday, from 15h30 to 16h30 ; some people were invited and they already accepted the meeting.
    - Now I have to modify the meeting so it's going to be from 15h30 to 17h

    >>When I save my meeting after I modified it, all my attendees disappear, so I have to resend the invitation to all the users who already accepted.

    As I modified the meeting, I checked the option to notify all the attendees about the modification, so I expect from Lotus Notes to send that notify, not to remove them all from the attendees list.

    Why is that ? Is there a solution ?

    Thanks in advance,
  2. kickboxer


    Jul 7, 2008
    Are you using the Tools Reschedule button to change the time of the meeting? It should notify all the invitees, even those who have already accepted
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