Outlook 2016 appointments not updating
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I'm trying to track down an issue we've been having with some people not getting updates made to a calendar appointment. Some appointements are affected while others are not, and I haven't been able to determine what'd different about the appointments that break versus the ones that always work. Also, the appointments that get into a funcky state open up as though they can be modified by the invitees.
If you want to keep the event as an all-day event, but show the time as something other than free on your calendar, change Show As.
The information you asked for is below but I have just started redoing my entire PC from scratch.
Step 4: Now you get back to the Meeting window, click the Send Update button.
Step 5: In the popping up Send Update to Attendees dialog box, check the option of Send updates only to added or deleted attendees, and click the OK button.
Note: Even if the new added attendee is included in the primary attendees that you sent to meeting invitation for the first time, the duplicate attendees will be removed automatically after sending the meeting update.