Outlook Calendar – Creating a Meeting Request

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Outlook
Outlook 2003
Outlook calendar
Outlook meetings
My question is in outlook 2003, in calendar, when creating a meeting request, I am automatically the organizer and should have the ability to edit the meeting and then click the button “send update”. This button is not available to me, nor is any organizer button are available. Only the “accept”, Decline” and “propose new time”. As the organizer, how can I send updates to the invitees for meetings I create? I know how normally I should, but in this case since those buttons are not there, how may I proceed?

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A couple of questions, is this something that has changed recently for you or has it always been this way? If this recently changed, what if any changes were made on your system before this happened? Does this happen for all meetings you set up or only some specific ones?

When you are setting up meetings, are you setting them up in your own calendar, or do you have say a resource calendar or public folder calendar or a shared calendar you are using for the ones that don’t work as expected?

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