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    Sending Meeting Requests (Outlook 2000, SR1)

    I'm sure this is a really dumb question, but...

    Is there anyway to send a meeting request to someone in Corporate/ Workgroup mode, without setting the default mail format (global or per contact) to Outlooks Rich Text format (We'd rather use plain text or HTML)? If I try this using the plain text or html formats the meeting request comes across as an attachment rather than an meeting item that I can accept/ reject etc.

    It seems such a stupid limitation that I'm sure I must be doing something wrong [img]/forums/images/smilies/sad.gif[/img]

    Kind Regards,
    Paul.

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    Re: Sending Meeting Requests (Outlook 2000, SR1)

    I don't think that you are doing something wrong.
    Meeting requests sent as plain text get converted to attachments.
    BTW, what's wrong with RTF for internal mail?
    Doris

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    Re: Sending Meeting Requests (Outlook 2000, SR1)

    other mail can be plain text, but meeting requests need to be RTF to work as intended. It's not a problem if you are using Outlook too. [img]/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif[/img]

    are the requests going out through an internet server? it's possible that the TNEF information is being stripped by the mail server.

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