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I have given delegate access to my Outlook calendar. However, when my delegate arranges a new meeting from my calendar, I am not informed of it via a meeting request, ie. I do not get the opportunity to accept/decline it. The only way of knowing I have a new meeting is by searching through my calendar. Is there any way that I can automatically be informed of new meeting arranged by my delegate?

Edited by aedwards, 02 June 2005 - 02:20 PM.

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Hi aedwards

It sounds like your delegate is not adding in your email addy when scheduling the meeting, which would not give you the meeting request. You might want to check out this link.

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