Alert to meeting organizer when attendees do not accept invitation


As a meeting organizer, I'd like to get alerts in case some meeting attendees
did not Accept the meeting invitation within a given timeframe.
Are you familiar with a way to implement such a solution?

Thank you.


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As a meeting organizer, I'd like to get alerts in case some meeting attendees
did not Accept the meeting invitation within a given timeframe.
Are you familiar with a way to implement such a solution?

Thank you.




I'd like to be able to send a message to my blackberry letting me know when I
do not receive a particular daily e-mail.

The email trigger in question would have a unique subject heading and be
scheduled to come to my inbox at the same time,every day. If it does not come
at that time, then it implies a problem, is there a way to send an alert to
me, highlighting the fact that something that should have happened, hasn't?
Or is there a third party tool I need to use in conjunction with Outlook.
I am using Outlook 2003.
Any help that you can give me would be appreciated.




I have a outlook user that cannot connect to the exchange server. I tried to
fix the links for the shortcut bar but that did not resolve the connection
issue. I have reset as many switches that I can find that may resolve the
issue. At initial log in I get this error "unable to start processing
services. you do not have permission to log on." When I try to access a
folder I get "unable to display the folder. Microsoft outlook could not
access the specified folder location. you do not have permission to log on."
Does anyone have suggestions? I know I can set a new profile with a new
email address but that is last resort at this point.
--
Chad Welch
NG&G Facility Services




First, if some of my translation is wrong, this is due to the fact that im a
Dane (from Denmark)

In my outlook express, i've set up a rule;
"were the line To or CC contains persons" "do not get it from server"
Since my family and I, are sharing an e-mail account, with different aliases.

Now i've installet Outlook 2007
And I cant semm to finde the excately same here, in the rules dialog box.
It seems that i only have the possibility to add rules, when the the message
is already downloaded from the server.

- How can I tell outlook, not to download emails from the pop3 server, when
i is not sent to this "defined" email address either in To or CC??




I want to mark some mails as do not archive, so that , when I archive old
mails, I still have those mails in my inbox despite of archiving all mails
based on date.




I want to mark some mails as do not archive, so that , when I archive old
mails, I still have those mails in my inbox despite of archiving all mails
based on date.




Has anyone come across the problem of the Outlook calendar not accepting invitations, and seeming to be locked out.
I thought the problem was that my network user account had become locked out, but this wasn't the problem.
Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Tilbo




Has anyone come across the problem of the Outlook calendar not accepting
invitations, and seeming to be locked out.
I thought the problem was that my network user account had become
locked out, but this wasn't the problem.
Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Tilbo

--
TILBO




I was an attendee on a recurring Outlook meeting request that I accepted. For
some reason, Outlook (at least on my computer) believes that I am the
organizer. Now when the real organizer makes a change to the meeting request,
such as changing one of the meetings, Outlook says I do not have to accept
because I am the organizer. However, the changed meeting does not show up on
my calendar. Our admin believes that it is due to synchronizing with my Palm
device. Does anyone know of a way to correct this or prevent it in the future?
--
Gordon Dosher




I'm the meeting organizer but the meeting is not on my calendar. Where do I
go to see the meetings that I have organized? I think I deleted my name on
the attendee list so I was never sent the meeting to accept so it never made
it onto my calendar but now I have no way of controlling the meeting
(attendee tracking, or changing the time)! Help!




I have accepted a meeting request which now shows up on my calendar. When I
double-click and open the meeting up, the text that shows up in the big text
box at the bottom is whatever message the meeting organizer sent with the
original meeting request.

I would like to add notes into this area which I could then print off right
before the meeting; adding the notes right to the meeting on my calendar
would keep everything together nicely.

My question is--if I add notes & save the changes, will these changes also
be made to the meeting on the meeting organizer & other attendees' calendars?

Thank you!




When I add a new attendee to a meeting request but "don't send the update to
all," the new attendee does not show up on the meeting schedule for everyone.
Seems you should be able to add a new attendee and have the schedule updated
without everyone having to receive an e-mail. Can this be accomplished?




We are using Outlook 2003
When a meeting is set up with attendees and they respond to the invite by
accepting, if they choose "no reply" on the response the meeting organizers
calendar under tracking shows the invitee accepted as "none".

This is misleading to the meeting organizer because the invitee did accept,
but just chose not to reply (so as to not clutter the meeting organizers mail
box). The organizer thinks that the invitee declined.

How do we get Outlook to diplay the proper information?
Is this a glitch in outlook?
Is there a setting on the Outlook Server that needs to be asdjusted for this?

Thanks in advance,
Jim




From another appointment tracking software, I am trying to import appointment
information into my outlook calendar. I exported appointments from outlook
as a csv file to get the file format and column heading info. Then matching
the format I gathered data from my other program and imported. The
appointments subjects and start and end times imported just fine - but the
organizer and required attendees info did not. To test - I tried importing
the original exported file (after deleting the appointments); even using the
file generated by Outlook the required attendees and organizer were not
imported.

By design? am I missing some kind of flag field? any other ideas?

Outlook 2003 (11.6359.6360) SP1

Example of import:
"Subject","Start Date","Start Time","End Date","End Time","Meeting
Organizer","Required Attendees","Location","All Day Event","Reminder
on/off","Priority","Show Time As"
"Hearing test","1/12/2006","7:00:00 AM","1/12/2006","7:30:00 AM","Mark
L","kelli ames;Inos flannery","clinic 1","False","False","Normal","2"





Question:

When attempting to add delegate by using Outlook, the error "The Delegate settings were not saved correctly. Unable to activate send-on-behalf-of list. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object" is encountered.

 

 

Answer:

The issue may occur if:

 

1. Configuring a delegate for someone else when you are not logged into Windows under that account.

For example, log into Windows as UserA and start Outlook with a profile for UserB’s mailbox. Then, try to add UserC as the delegate for UserB. In this scenario you will get the above error.

 

2. Error adding delegate when you do not have access to a “writable” global catalog server

 

If your Outlook client does not have access to a GC where you can write AD properties you will receive the above error when you attempt to add a delegate. I would like to explain that the issue is by design. Neverthless, there is a post SP3 Outlook 2003 hotfix and an Outlook 2007 hotfix developed to make Outlook work better in this scenario.

 

Before this hotfix was created, the "Send on Behalf" (PublicDelegates) permission was considered a mandatory part of adding a delegate. This hotfix lets you add the delegate without setting the "Send on Behalf" (PublicDelegates) property.

 

For additional details on this fix, please see the following articles:

946208       &n bsp;    Error message when you try to add a delegate in Outlook 2003: "The Delegates settings were not saved correctly"

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;946208

 

950794       &n bsp;    Error message when you try to add a delegate in Outlook 2007: "The Delegates settings were not saved correctly"

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;950794

 

3. The SELF account does not have the "Write Personal Information" right on the user account that is trying to add the delegate.

 

Note: Support for delegation across multiple Outlook versions is NOT supported if either the manager or delegate is using Outlook 2007. This is a change from earlier Outlook versions where cross-version support was “not recommended.”

 

Please see the following article for further details.

924470 - The delegates and the manager must all use Outlook 2007 when you use delegates in Outlook 2007




When I take pictures with my cell phone and send them to my email address,
they do not show up as attachments in the message header. They show in my
co-workers message header and they are available if I go to the file menu and
click save attachments. They also show on my PDA when I have it open to my
email. My desktop Outlook is the only place that they do not show.




I have a PPS file that I want to send via email. I do not want the file to be
sent as an attachement but it somehow needs to be embedded in an email. When
the email is opened the pps should automatically play w/o having to click on
anything. I am using MS outlook. I tried cutting and pasting the slide which
works but it does not paste the animation!




There's a "Resource Scheduled" message that shows when I schedule a resource
(conference room) with a meeting. I clicked the "Do not show this again" box
the last time I used it and of course, now I can't be sure if the resource
WAS scheduled. Is there any way to *uncheck* this box? Thanks for your help.




All-
I have had a few issues lately with Delegates and Cancellation
requests/notifications. First off, our setup is 3 Exch servers, 2k(no users,
on it's way out), 2k3(all users), 2k7(test accounts only). All users
involved are using Outlook 2k3, except one that is using Entourage 2k4.

Issue #1-
Meeting request from a user to another with a delegate. Delegate proposes
new time, which then shows on her calendar and the bosses. Meeting
coordinator rejects the new time, but neither the delegate or the boss sees
the notification, and their calendars show the proposed time, not the
original time.

Issue #2-
Meeting is setup, and accepted. Meeting Coordinator's delegate(who likely
setup the meeting) cancels the meeting, but the attendees do not see a cancel
notification, and the meeting is still on their calendar, but not the
delegate's or the coordinator's. This occurrence has happened a few times,
but to the same delegate/boss, different users.

I was ready to chalk up #1 to user error, when #2 came accross my desk. I
have checked all permissions and rights, and everyone is setup properly.

Any ideas/help/kicks in the right direction would be appreciated

Thanks
Brian Wright