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Setting Up Meetings

The previous chapter provided details about creating appointments and events. Although these two types of Calendar items can help you organize your day, you probably can't go very long without scheduling meetings with other people. Outlook's meeting request can assist you in scheduling your meetings. You can invite people to a meeting as well as book additional resources such as conference rooms or projectors. You can send a meeting request to the attendees and view their schedules if you have access to their free/busy information to ensure that all required attendees are available for the meeting.

There are several ways to generate a new meeting request. You can create a new meeting request directly from the Calendar folder, create an appointment and invite attendees, or create a new meeting request from a contact item.


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