Meeting Notices - I don't want them automatically showing as tenta

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How can I keep Outlook from processing meeting notices automatically to my
calendar in a tentative status?
 

Diane Poremsky

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You can't. You can try moving the messages to a different folder but in most
cases the sniffer is faster than the rule and it doesn't help.

"imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
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> How can I keep Outlook from processing meeting notices automatically to my
> calendar in a tentative status?


 

Brian Tillman

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"imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
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> How can I keep Outlook from processing meeting notices automatically to my
> calendar in a tentative status?


You can't.

 
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Earlier versions of Outlook did not automatically accept meeting notices as
tentative and place them in your calendar. Why was this changed in the
current version? As a user, I find it disruptive.

"Brian Tillman " wrote:

> "imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
> news:1DC26732-3ADD-4DDD-ACF2-876EFD29976B@microsoft.com...
>
> > How can I keep Outlook from processing meeting notices automatically to my
> > calendar in a tentative status?

>
> You can't.
> >

>
>

 

Brian Tillman

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"imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
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> Earlier versions of Outlook did not automatically accept meeting notices as
> tentative and place them in your calendar.


Not true. Outlook has done that forever.

 

Diane Poremsky

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It's to increase calendar reliability in organizations where free/busy is
relied on heavily - this helps to eliminate double booking because other
users can see the tentative appointments in your free/busy.

"imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
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> Earlier versions of Outlook did not automatically accept meeting notices
> as
> tentative and place them in your calendar. Why was this changed in the
> current version? As a user, I find it disruptive.
>
> "Brian Tillman " wrote:
>
>> "imageek64" <imageek64> wrote in message
>> news:1DC26732-3ADD-4DDD-ACF2-876EFD29976B@microsoft.com...
>>
>> > How can I keep Outlook from processing meeting notices automatically to
>> > my
>> > calendar in a tentative status?

>>
>> You can't.
>> >>

>>
>>

 
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