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    Printed Meeting Request leaves off some stuff (XP Pro SP3 (and SP1))

    Here's the situation: I create an appointment in the Calendar and invite a few attendees. One of the attendees accepts the request. This moves the meeting request from his Inbox to his Sent Items (not a problem). He then goes into his Sent Items and prints the meeting request. What gets printed doesn't contain all of the information he needs (like the location and time of the meeting). If he opens the appointment from his calendar and prints it, it DOES give him the location and time of the meeting.

    Is there a way to make the meeting request in his Sent Items print like the appointment in the calendar?

    Thanks,
    Becky

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    Re: Printed Meeting Request leaves off some stuff (XP Pro SP3 (and SP1))

    The 'meeting request' in his Sent Folder isn't the meeting request, it's the response. I believe the response in the sent mailbox is one of these forms:

    Ipm.Schedule.Meeting.Resp.Neg
    Ipm.Schedule.Meeting.Resp.Pos
    Ipm.Schedule.Meeting.Resp.Tent

    which doesn't contain all the information in:

    Ipm.Schedule.Meeting.Request

    Users should always print the calendar item for full details.
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    Re: Printed Meeting Request leaves off some stuff (XP Pro SP3 (and SP1))

    I figured it was something like that. I'll tell him that he just has to print them from his calendar from now on.

    Thanks so much! I truly appreciate it.
    Becky

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