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When a meeting is recorded in a shared diary it appears in my diary also and insists on sending an invite to which the recipient must respond - surely there is another way to do this without it appearing in both diaries as a) I may not need to attend the same meeting and b) the person in whose diary I record the meeting may be the person who has asked for the meeting in the first place therefore why should they have to respond to an invite to their own meeting.

Edited on Tue 14 May 2013, 09:13

RE: OUTLOOK ADVANCED

Hi Angela

Thank you for your question - apologies for the delay in getting back to you. To help me understand more about your setup can you let me know how the meeting is being created and by whom?

If the meeting is being created by yourself in the shared calendar then Outlook is assigning you as the meeting owner as you created the event.

Do you have permission to create meetings as the other person? (Permissions may be controlled by your IT Department.)

Kind regards,
Andrew

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