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Outlook 2007 effectively merging MeetingRequest.ics into Calendar...Advice Needed

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by hiker000, May 5, 2010.

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    Some online registration systems like Delta.com allow you to add flight reservations into your outlook calendar, but unlike American Express Infuser applications that import the data as an appointments which goes into your calendar smoothly, Delta and some others sends the data as a MeetingRequest.ics file. To get these MeetingRequest.ics into your calendar you must drag and drop it into the correct day/time. That works fine for items that begin and end on the hour, but say you have a flight for 9:23 to 10:37 you must drop it into 9:00 and then edit the file for the correct start and end time and then delete the old MeetingRequest.ics item. In short, a lot of work. So my question is how do you take an individual MeetingRequest.ics item and easily merge it into you outlook calendar without the need to edit files? Any and all help is welcomed.
     
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