Recurring appointment not updating

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I only want to move the start/end time on my calendar. I will award you the bounty of 50 points as soon as the site lets me (in ~ 18 hours). But when you need to edit the time for a RECURRING meeting, you need to click on the "Reccurence" icon, then choose "Custom" to go to the pane that you originally used to set up the recurrance. ) eligible to comment directly under a post I am trying this method..response to maxhugen's note of 4 Mar 15 about there being no All Day option when changing the timing of a Recurring event.

I can do this easily if I open only a single occurrence of the meeting. This was frustrating me, too I solved it today: open the event series, click Recurrence and then set the appointment start and end times to 00.00 and then find the "1 day" in the Duration drop-down menu.

Note: Delegate permissions are used when you want someone else to help you manage your calendar and track events.

Note: Even if the new added attendee is included in the primary attendees that you sent to meeting invitation for the first time, the duplicate attendees will be removed automatically after sending the meeting update.

However, the time does not appear on your calendar as busy.

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Actually, Microsoft Outlook allows users to send meeting updates to one or new attendee only.

To send meeting updates to only one attendee in Microsoft Outlook, you can do as following: Step 1: Shift to the Calendar view, and open the meeting that you will send meeting update to one attendee only, and update your meeting as well.

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