When updating a Calendar Invitation, there are times you do not want to Send the Update to everyone invited. With prior versions of Outlook, you were given options when Saving. Unfortunately, Outlook 2007 missed this crucial step.
Let's say, for example, you want to add some Notes that you do not want all Attendees to see.
If clicking the X to close the form does not offer the "Save, no updates" option, follow these steps:
Choose the "Don't save but keep open" option.
Click X to close.
Choose the "Don't Save" option.
Open the meeting - it should have your Notes saved but no update gets sent. Hopefully this will be fixed in the next version of Outlook.
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