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User not receiving request for appointments

By ExchAdmin2 ·
I have a user who is not being notified of a meeting in his calendar. I sent an invite to a meeting and the meeting was scheduled on his calendar without a response from him accepting, or declining the meeting invite. However, when he sends a meeting requests to me, I am notified and can accept or decline the meeting. I checked his calendar setting and everything appears to be ok. Also had him to run the INbox repair tool. Any other suggestions. We are running Outlook 2003 in a Exchange 2003 environment. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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re: Outlook Settings

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to User not receiving reques ...

That user of yours has a setting turned on which tells Outlook to automatically accept meeting requests.

Tools -> Options -> Preferences (Tab) -> Calendar Options -> Resource Scheduling

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by lilpoppaw In reply to re: Outlook Settings

This NAILED it for me .. I tried all of the other outlook.exe /cleanreminders , etc those brought back Appointments ... but this one finally fixed MEETINGS

Thx!

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Can't receive meeting requests

by sjunaid99 In reply to User not receiving reques ...

Use the outlook switches
Start>run>\\outlook.exe /cleanrules
Start>run>\\outlook.exe /cleanserverrules
Meetings started working after that for me

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Could be this problem...

by piya In reply to User not receiving reques ...

We have a user that experience this problem and we tried everything listed. It turns out that the user changed the View setting to Arrange by Type. Changed the View back to Arrange by Date and here we go the Meeting requests are there. View>Arrange By>Date. I beleive this would also apply to both Outlook 2003 and 2007. Hope this help.

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