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    Default Outlook meeting requests failure

    Hi,

    I use outlook 2007, when I receive a meeting request, instead of having the green tick button and the red cross at the top of the email request I have a blue button saying no response required. I click on it, the requests disappears, I go to the calendar to open the meeting. In the meeting I can accept, decline or modify it. If I accept it it disappears totally from the calendar!!! This is immediate. It also disappears from zimbra online.

    Please help I can't manage my calendar. Thanks a lot,
    J. Maier

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    Default I have the same problem

    I have the exact same problem. Help!

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    We have users with a similar issue. They are using office 2007 and office 2003 but meeting requests show up as not current. So the request can not be accepted. If they go into the calendar itself the meeting can be accepted. Zimbra version is 5.0.6.

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