Problems when changing recurring meeting using a Distribution List

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RiMo

When I update a meeting request by adding and deleting attendees in Microsoft Outlook 2007, I do not get the box to select to “Send updates only to added or deleted attendees” or send to “All attendees.” The recurring meeting request was originally created using a distribution list. When updating the meeting, I expanded the list and made additions to the attendee names. The updated request was automatically sent to all meeting recipients.
 
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Is there an update to this issue because we are having the same problems at our company. We are running Vista Ent. SP1 with Office 07 SP2. I have searched a lot of forums without any luck.
 
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