Outlook calendar meetings not updating
If you are viewing the message in the Reading Pane, the informational message is clearly highlighted in the invite.The informational message appears in the light blue box in the following image: Public and private properties of a meeting are properties that exist when a meeting is created.
An Informational update is an update that does not require any action from the attendee.User B leaves the meeting as it is, however user C changes the sensitivity to public, the importance to normal, the free/busy to busy and the reminder to 10 minutes, after which he saves and closes the meeting.Not only can you keep track of important meetings in Outlook, but you can also schedule and invite your contacts to them with a few clicks of the mouse.The question: How can we get "User A's" calendar to update.A silly way to fix this might be just to have the original message created by and edited in the future by a 3rd party or dummy account. For the most part, as an attendee you can change these properties for any meeting that you have accepted or tentatively accepted.
The difference is that any of your previous edits to Public properties are overwritten if the meeting organizer changes any of them and sends you an update to the meeting (regardless of whether it is an informational or full update).
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In a few words, in Outlook 20 you can no longer make critical changes on a meeting without sending an update.
For example if you attempt to delete a meeting, the Send Cancellation form automatically appears.
This integration makes the Calendar component one of the most popular features of Outlook.