This Meeting is not in the Calendar Folder...

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Mark Gearhart

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I've done a ton of reading on this and the person in question only has one email account and it's the default account. In addition this message only occurs some of the time, I would expect it to always occur if there wasn't something triggering this that could be changed.

All of his Outlook settings match mine and I do not get the error when trying to create the same meeting, using the same room and same attendees.

Any ideas?
 

Diane Poremsky

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How many calendars are in his profile and which calendar is he creating it on? That error message should only come up if the meeting was added to a non-default calendar. Is he creating the meeting directly on the room calendar instead of inviting the room?
 

Mark Gearhart

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He has only one Calendar and he's creating the meeting on his Calendar and inviting the Room Calendar as a Required Attendee. As I mentioned, if I do the exact same process from my Computer, I do not get the "error". Thanks for you help!
 

Diane Poremsky

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He shouldn't get an error message either.

What is the full error message? I'm working on the assumption that its about meeting updates and/or reminders.
 

Mark Gearhart

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Yes it is, "This Meeting is not in the Calendar Folder, responses to this meeting will not be tallied."
 
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