- You create an appointment or a meeting in Microsoft Office Outlook.
- You add users as attendees to this event, and then you set the event to be recurring.
- All the users accept the invitation.
- As the organizer, you select a single occurrence of this event, and then you switch to Scheduling Assistant view.
- You make exceptions to the All Attendees list by clearing the check boxes next to names of some users.
- You save the changes, and then you send the invitation to all users.
- You log in to the calendar of one of the users that you had removed from the invitation, and then you click Remove from calendar.
Note This step is optional. This issue seems to occur regardless of whether you take this action.
- A user who is an attendee starts Outlook, and then views the same occurrence of the event.
- Change the AutomateProcessing parameter from AutoUpdate to None. To do this, run the following command:Note In this cmdlet, alias represents the actual identity value of the mailbox.
Set-CalendarProcessing -identity alias -AutomateProcessing None
- In the calendar invitation, delete the the users who you do not want to invite to the event.
Article ID: 2909601 - Last Review: 27 Dec 2013 - Revision: 1