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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by joenational, Feb 14, 2007.

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  1. joenational

    joenational Thread Starter

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    OK, here is a bit of a weird issue. Meeting deleted from Orginazers calendar only. The meeting he sent out that was accepted by many people still show up in their calendars but it has been somehow deleted from his(orginazer) calendar. The meeting is still on and does not show up as being canceled at all. It just seems to have been cleared somehow without affecting the recipients. Any thoughts, I have done some searching and found that this problem has existed before but my searches came up emtpy as nobody gave a possible solution.

    Everything is configured properly and no other issues, User does have blackberry but no issues there either, no rules or exceptions have been setup. It just kind of happened out of nowhere.

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    Ok, after looking at this in more detail I noticed that this person sent out an update for a meeting but the orginal meeting showed as a conflict. So bascially the same meeting was sent out twice for the exact same date and time. The original meeting was showing a wrong phone number to dial into for this conference, it somwhow created a whole new meeting and didn't amend the existing one for some reason. There was a conflict with another meeting for the same time. I am gonna think that there is no "fix" for this and that being that there was multiple meetings for the exact same time it was somehow deleted with cancelling it.

    Also this meeting was sent out to the whole company as an "all call" meeting. Anybody with some input on this would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
     
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