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Sharepoint V2 RTM: I have a site created with a meeting workspace containing multiple meetings. I now need to add to the meeting list. When using Outlook 2003 to create the meeting, I click on Meeting Workspace. I select the site location and click Link to an existing workspace and ...

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  1. #1

    linking to existing meeting workspaces

    Sharepoint V2 RTM: I have a site created with a meeting workspace
    containing multiple meetings. I now need to add to the meeting list.
    When using Outlook 2003 to create the meeting, I click on Meeting
    Workspace. I select the site location and click Link to an existing
    workspace and get "None Found". The orignal site can be reached, and
    so can the original workspace with multiple meetings. Any thoughts are
    appreciated.

    We are using both SPS and WSS.

    Thank you.
    Sharon
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    Re: linking to existing meeting workspaces

    > We are using both SPS and WSS.

    On different servers ?

    Otherwise you are using *only* SPS 2003 (which includes a WSS layer) - it's
    not the same thing as saying you are using both.

    ------
    Questions to this.

    1. How did you create the original meeting workplace (in WSS / WSS part of
    SPS or from Outlook 2003 when sending out a meeting invitation)?

    2. You can't find an existing workspace from Outlook 2003 but then you say
    "The orignal site can be reached, and so can the original workspace with
    multiple meetings" meaning presumably when using a browser you can access
    the SPS site and the meeting workplace within the WSS layer ??

    Thoughts are that this might be a SPS 2003 question because Outlook 2003 is
    looking for an existing WSS site to put its meeting workplace in and you
    have presumably creating your original Meeting Workspace while using SPS
    2003. I wonder if that makes a different.

    If you have a second server for testing, you could try putting standalone
    WSS on that second server and create a meeting workspace there. Then try to
    link up to *that* meeting workspace from your Outlook 2003. At the very
    least it would tell us that a WSS / WSS scenario was working. (and if that
    is working and the other isn't, you might consider moving this question to
    the portal server newsgroup).

    Mike Walsh, Helsinki, Finland
    WSS FAQ at wss.collutions.com
    Please reply to the newsgroup

    "Sharon Rose" <com> wrote in message
    news:google.com... 


    Mike
  3. #3

    Re: linking to existing meeting workspaces

    Thank you, Mike. In answer to your questions:
    We are using SPS 2003 (it includes the WSS layer).
    1. I created the original meeting workplace using Outlook 2003 by
    sending a meeting invitation.

    2. Your assumption is correct. I can browse to the original site and
    then meeting workspace.

    3. Unfortunately, I do not have access to a test server to install WSS
    alone. It is interesting, that in some sites, I can see the meeting
    workspace from Outlook and in others, I cannot. All were created in
    the same manner.

    Thank you,
    Sharon




    "Mike Walsh [MVP]" <org> wrote in message news:<phx.gbl>... 
    Sharon
  4. #4

    Re: linking to existing meeting workspaces

    Any chance that this is a recurring meeting? You can add those only to an existing blank meeting workspace.
    --
    Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
    Outlook and Exchange solutions at http://www.slipstick.com
    Author of
    Microsoft Outlook Programming: Jumpstart
    for Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
    http://www.outlookcode.com/jumpstart.aspx


    "Sharon Rose" <com> wrote in message news:google.com... 
    Sue
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    Re: linking to existing meeting workspaces

    Yes - this is a recurring meeting space; although I believe I was able
    to add at least one meeting to the meeting space at one time. Is it
    not possible to continue a list of recurring meetings without creating
    a whole new site?

    Thanks,
    Sharon


    "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <com> wrote in message news:<eqvXkJ#phx.gbl>... 
    Sharon

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