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    Just have a question/suggestion

    When adding an appointment through the Calendar, is there a way for the Organizer to know right away (as a warning message) if a person is busy/unavailable without looking at the schedule? Just thought there would be some type of pop-up message that would warn the organizer instead of them going through the trouble of adding an attendee to find out later that they already have an appointment.

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    KeithC

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    Could you search bugzilla & make sure this gets filed as an RFE? Be sure to post a #/link back here so we know where it's at
    Also what's your version? Some good stuff has come out of Bug 7017 - make meeting/appointment attendee status more prominent (a.k.a. "tracking tab")
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    Did this ever get filed as an RFE? If not, let me know. I've already gotten a few requests from users about this.

    Thank you!

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    How about if you go ahead and file one, if he made one I'll just mark it a dupe later.

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    You want the warning really low key of course, like: Please see schedules tab for possible conflict with 'user'
    And if possible to check f/b before save is hit, a color change on email address in the appointment details tab sounds like what you're asking for.
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