Forwarding a Meeting Request


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jones

I recently received an e-mail advertising training at my company. It had a
"Will Attend" and "Will Not Attend" tab to select in response. I opened the
e-mail, and modified the body of the text. I was then going to forward it to
my friend, but when I hit forward to add an address, the message disappeared.
I checked my sent items and deleted items, and also the individual who sent
the request, and it appears no e-mail was sent.

What happened? Where did it go? IT said it just disappeared and it was a
glitch in the system.
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

When you receive such an item, you cannot modify it BEFORE accepting or declining. You have to act on it, then open the item from your calendar (accepted) or deleted items folder (declined) and then modify it and send it on. If you do not accept or decline, the item will not process, period.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

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After furious head scratching, jones asked:

| I recently received an e-mail advertising training at my company. It
| had a "Will Attend" and "Will Not Attend" tab to select in response.
| I opened the e-mail, and modified the body of the text. I was then
| going to forward it to my friend, but when I hit forward to add an
| address, the message disappeared. I checked my sent items and deleted
| items, and also the individual who sent the request, and it appears
| no e-mail was sent.
|
| What happened? Where did it go? IT said it just disappeared and it
| was a glitch in the system.
 

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