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Mon May 14, 2012 2:10 pm

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We are having a problem where Entourage 2008 WSE (13.1.3) users reserve a meeting room and the title of the meeting becomes the user’s name in the meeting room’s calendar.

For example: I book a meeting with the subject, “OS X Lion migration update” in Meeting Room 1. When the receptionist or anyone else checks Meeting Room 1’s calendar to book another meeting, they see my meeting as my name instead of the actual subject that was entered.

We’ve narrowed the issue down to Entourage 2008 WSE connected to our Exchange '07 Web Services server. Mac users booking rooms in iCal are not affected, even though they use the same server connection. Their meeting subjects show up fine in a meeting room’s calendar.

EDIT: It looks like Outlook 2011 is also doing this.

We have no idea what may be causing this. Anyone else experienced this?



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