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    Outlook (Outlook97)

    Are we the only ones having this problem? I can't seem to find any information or reference to it. We have a conference room set up with it's own network account and Outlook mailbox. Just like any other user. Under Tools, Options, Advanced Scheduling all 3 of the processing of meeting requests are selected: automatically accept meetings, automatically decline conflicting meetings and automatically decline recurring meetings. Four other people have been granted permission to view and edit the calendar for this room. However, conflicting one time or recurring meetings are not being automatically declined, nor are non-conflicting meetings being accepted. When I go to the calendar there are scores of appointments waiting to be responded to. This is really creating major problems and conflicts. Any have any ideas or experienced similar problems. We're using WindowsNT 4.0 with Exchange 5.5. Thanks,
    TPR

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    Re: Outlook (Outlook97)

    First, your problem sounds almost EXACTLY like the one we are experiencing.

    Second, I am extremely surprised there have been no responses on this. I am in the process of scouring the web looking for any and all help I can...a lot of reading to do.

    Hey, is anyone out there that can help with this problem (post 52526)

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    Re: Outlook (Outlook97)

    Thanks for replying. I was starting to wonder if I even posted this thing correctly. We can't be the only ones with this problem, but I really am at a loss to find even a reference to it. If you come upon anything, I'd sure love to hear about it. Thanks,

    TPR

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    Re: Outlook (Outlook97)

    Hi Tanyar.

    Not a direct answer to your question, but, Outlook 97 is known to be *very* buggy. Most people upgraded to Outlook 98 when the free upgrade was available.

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