Outlook 2000 - Calendar issues

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BigRab

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A member of staff at my work is having problems receiving invitations for meetings in outlook. When sent an invitation, the time of the meeting appears in his calendar, but he is not sent an email asking him to accept/decline. I have checked his profile on the exchange server, and there seems to be no problems with it. Any ideas??
 

WendyM

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Does the user have any delegates for their calendar? I don't have Office 2000 anymore, but I seem to remember that there was an option to have meeting requests sent ONLY to delegates and not to the actual invitee. Is it possible his meeting requests are being sent to someone else?
 

BigRab

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Im not too sure, how do i check to see if the user has any delagates in their calendar? It could be that the email is sent to another user, although the time of the meeting does appear in his calendar.
 

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In Calendar view, go to Tools/Options and then the Delegates tab. If there are people listed, highlight them one by one and click the "Permissions" button. It should tell you whether they're being sent his meeting notices.
 
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