One of our executives is retiring, and he has emptied everything out of his calendar. He deleted some recurring meetings that were originally created on his calendar by his assistant, who left the organization a long time ago. I don't know if that makes the executive or his assistant the meeting originator. When the recurring meetings were deleted from the executive's calendar, a notification was not sent out to the meeting attendees so that the meetings would be deleted from their calendars. Attendees now are not able to delete the old series of recurring meetings because they are not the originator. We want them to be able to delete the old meetings so a new series can be created with a new originator. We are running Exchange Server 2003 on Windows Server 2003, and our users are running Outlook 2003 on Windows XP. Any advice would be appreciated!
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