Unable to see meeting attendees Outlook 2010

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Chrismang85

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I provide support for a pharma company. I have a user who is unable to see attendees of some but not all meetings in his calendar. He has a delegate, she never accepts meetings on his behalf. I recreated his outlook profile, setup outlook on another machine both without success. I also had him log on via OWA and he was unable to see attendees this way as well. Other users who were invited to that same meeting can see all the attendees in the scheduling assistant, for some reason he cannot, he only sees the organizer. I'm at a bit of a loss, PLEASE HELP!
 

Chrismang85

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The delegate did not create the meeting for him. The organizer was another user here at this company. Other attendees in the meeting have no issues seeing all the attendees in scheduling assistant for the meeting, only one user cannot see them. He only sees the meeting organizer and no other attendees. He does have email configured on his iPhone as well. Hope you can help and thanks for the swift response!
 

Chrismang85

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There are other meetings created by the same user that he can see the attendees, it's hit or miss almost.. I'm not sure what the difference between the meetings are, I know that he cannot see attendees for some of the meetings created by the same user, but not all.. Hope this helps and isn't too confusing..
 

Chrismang85

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Issues was with his exchange calendar assisatant not being properly configured on his mailbox. This was resolved by another team here where I don't have access. Thanks Diane! You have helped me with other issues for which others had and you responded with the solution!! First time I posted with one of my own..
 
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