Updating a reoccuring meeting in Outlook 2010

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I am the organizer of meeting, when I opened the series to update the reoccurring meeting and sent it, the new message in the body was only in the series and did not roll into the occurrence. The occurrence had the old message in the body. why did this happen?

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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Hi karengerst! Could you tell which program you're using? Is this for Microsoft Outlook?
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  • karengerst
    Yes, 2010
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  • Ben Rubenstein
    Hi Karen, I just tried to test this out and I was able to see the updated text in each recurrence of a meeting series. I'm not sure why you're not seeing that bug. 

    These were the steps I took:

    1. Click on the occurrence of the meeting and choose "Open Series". 
    2. Edit/add text in body.
    3. Save & Close (or send update). 
    4. View original occurrence to verify that text is added. 
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