Unable to accept meeting request in Outlook 2003

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Outlook 2003
Outlook calendar
Outlook meetings
We have a user that is unable to accept any meeting requests. She is running Windows XP Pro SP2 and MS Office 2003. She is able to click on Accept and Decline buttons, but nothing happens. Also, when she attempts to create an event or appointment nothing happens by double-clicking or choosing the appointment option. Ran Detect and Repair and check Forms Cache (nothing was there). Other than remove and re-install, does anyone have any thoughts. Thanks.
ASKED: October 11, 2008  12:55 AM
UPDATED: October 20, 2010  2:52 PM

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Have you looked into the Free/Busy options? It might need to be reset. Try googling that and give it a try.

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  • mojogo
    This happened where I work and the user had Cached Mode enabled. Verify that Cached Mode is not enabled.
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  • Lemonia001
    I have the same issue with a regional user that uses cached exchange mode. Taking the user out of cached mode permanently is not an option. Should i just redo the cached profile or take out of cached mode and try to accept the invitation and then put back in cached mode?
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  • Nodent
    Close Outlook Delete the Outlook.ost file Delete the Outlook temp folder.. starts with OLK??? Open Outlook Outlook re-downloads the inbox and stuff
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