Outlook 2016 delegate calendar not updating
Many people assume that the Office 365 calendar system tracks a meeting as a single copy and that any edits to a meeting will automatically update and appear for all attendees.Instead, in order to allow Office 365 meetings to work with other calendaring systems and external users, all calendaring data requires the sending and receiving of email messages to all attendees.The following text appears in the Info Bar of the meeting request when the meeting request has been processed: Accepted by username on date, time Don't move meeting requests - Don't move a meeting request from your Inbox to a different folder before you accept or decline the request or before the meeting appears in your calendar.Soon after a meeting request arrives in your Inbox, a piece of Outlook code — nicknamed the "sniffer" — automatically adds the meeting to your calendar and marks it as tentative.If you must use a mobile device to manager your calendar, use the Outlook app to accept/decline meeting requests.
It is important that you do not delete a meeting request from the Inbox until you are sure that the meeting has been processed.
We had a new executive start and therefore added the executive assistant as a delegate to his calendar.
She added a bunch of meetings in her Outlook but they were not showing up in his Outlook.
The mailbox owner and delegate must decide who will be processing all the meeting requests.
All other computers/devices and people should ignore (i.e.