smaller time blocks in a larger meeting request

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I have a user who works in HR/Recruiting and she is trying to set up a meeting request for multiple people to interview a potential new hire. What she wants to do is send out 1 email to about 10 users, but have their calendar only reflect the 30 minutes that they are scheduled for the interview, instead of the whole 5 hour block. I hope that makes sense, it's kinda hard to explain. Basically, if I was the 4th person scheduled to interview the new hire, instead of my calendar showing the whole 5 hour period, it would only show the 30 minutes the pertain to me. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this in outlook by sending out just a single meeting request? Or are we going to have to get a 3rd party meeting planner software?.

 

Brian Tillman

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"Josh Winter" <josh[dot]winter[at]ga[dot]com> wrote in message
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>I have a user who works in HR/Recruiting and she is trying to set up a
>meeting request for multiple people to interview a potential new hire. What
>she wants to do is send out 1 email to about 10 users, but have their
>calendar only reflect the 30 minutes that they are scheduled for the
>interview, instead of the whole 5 hour block. I hope that makes sense, it's
>kinda hard to explain. Basically, if I was the 4th person scheduled to
>interview the new hire, instead of my calendar showing the whole 5 hour
>period, it would only show the 30 minutes the pertain to me. Does anyone
>know if there is a way to do this in outlook by sending out just a single
>meeting request? Or are we going to have to get a 3rd party meeting planner
>software?.


See if this approach might work for you:
http://www.slipstick.com/calendar/pickmeeting.htm

>


Using a real newsreader instead of this interface will work better.

 

Diane Poremsky

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You'll need meeting planner software or 10 different meeting requests.

"Josh Winter" <josh[dot]winter[at]ga[dot]com> wrote in message
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> I have a user who works in HR/Recruiting and she is trying to set up a
> meeting request for multiple people to interview a potential new hire.
> What she wants to do is send out 1 email to about 10 users, but have their
> calendar only reflect the 30 minutes that they are scheduled for the
> interview, instead of the whole 5 hour block. I hope that makes sense,
> it's kinda hard to explain. Basically, if I was the 4th person scheduled
> to interview the new hire, instead of my calendar showing the whole 5 hour
> period, it would only show the 30 minutes the pertain to me. Does anyone
> know if there is a way to do this in outlook by sending out just a single
> meeting request? Or are we going to have to get a 3rd party meeting
> planner software?.


 
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