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2008-02-06, 10:10 #1
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Forward invitation (Win XP / O2003)
A real simple one...
A colleague of mine received an invitation to a meeting...
However he felt that another person was 'required' as well, so he would like to include that person as 'required' as well.
He wasn't allowed to do so.
Only option was to make a response and ask the 'chair' person to do the invite of the additional person.
Is this the expected behaviour - or is there a feature we don't know of... - that would allow him to include/forward the invitation to an additional person?
PS: Wish there were a knob on the TV to turn up the intelligence. There's a knob called "brightness," but that doesn't work
2008-02-06, 10:17 #2
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Re: Forward invitation (Win XP / O2003)
According to Outlook meeting requests: Essential doís and doníts:<hr>If you receive an invitation for a meeting and believe someone else should also attend it, instead of forwarding the meeting request to that person, ask the meeting organizer to add that person to the attendee list, and then to send everyone an updated meeting request. This avoids suprising the organizer with an unexpected attendee and helps prevent lost meeting requests.<hr>So it's the expected behavior.