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Outlook Meeting Requests Changing

Has anyone heard of Palm synchronization with Outlook 2000 result in Meetings in Outlook being converted to Appointments with the meeting participant info being lost? It is happening to me, and I suspect my T3 is the culprit.

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Re: Outlook Meeting Requests Changing

Similar problem with my Palm Vx syncing with Outlook 2003 My recurring meetings lose attendees and other attributes like labels when I make a change to a specific date in the recurring series. If I leave the original recurring event untouched the problem does not occur

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