How do you add an attendee to a already scheduled meeting?

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After a meeting has been scheduled and the attendees have been sent the

invitation, how do then invite an additional attendee (or dis-invite one of

the original invitees?)
 
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If I understand what you are asking, you (as the organizer) should open the

item on your own calendar. Add or remove the desired attendees and send an

update by using the Send Update option. Outlook prompts when you close the

meeting, if you forget. In most cases you have the option to only update the

folks that have changed.

I have try to drive in 3 cardinal rules for my users when teaching them to

schedule meetings... 1. Meetings ALWAYS have an organizer. (ownership) 2.

ALWAYS make a choice. (If someone sends you a meeting request, or

cancellation. You should always open the message and click Accept,

Tentative, or Decline.) 3. Meetings ALWAYS have a subject. (I hate it when

people schedule meetings without putting something in the subject line)

"rldunlap" wrote:


> After a meeting has been scheduled and the attendees have been sent the
> invitation, how do then invite an additional attendee (or dis-invite one of
> the original invitees?)
 

NicholDraper

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Hey Guest know it all, you know what it doesn't work. I came looking to this site because I was trying to add an attendee to an existing meeting and I am the meeting organizer. Here's the answer I would have like to have seen.

In Outlook 2010 you should see a button labeled "To" near the top of the form after you open the meeting, if instead it shows a tag that says "Organizer" and has a name next to it, you cannot add attendees. In my case I was the meeting organizer and it had my name. My email account had been moved to a new exchange server so it locked me out from adding attendees to my existing meetings. I just rescheduled the meetings and sent another email asking all attendees to delete the old meetings.
 
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