Created by Ingo G. from Germany:
The other day some colleagues complained about a misbehaviour of Outlook. It was reported if someone propose a new time for a meeting request, the meeting organizer is not able to accept the proposal. It looks like this:
This looked quite interesting. It took me a while to find the root cause for this:
As this feature is completely handled by Outlook, first I thought the default configuration of Outlook was causing the issue. So I had a look:
But it was set like you can see here in screenshot. As I couldn’t reproduce this behavior, I decided to have a closer look what’s going on. So I stand behind the users to see each step:
• the organizer sent a normal meeting request
• the attendee proposed the new time as follows:
He opened the meeting request and clicked on “Propose New Time”
When you do so, you will get a menu and can choose. Of course it was choosen “Decline and Propose New Time”
Note: When you choose “Decline and Propose New Time” Outlook will first decline the meeting request and then create a new one, which will be send back to the organizer. This is by design!
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When you tentatively accept and propose new time, the organizer still can not accept the new proposed time. The button is still grayed out. Has anyone found a fix for this?
Any luck on this?