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    Hello all,

    While this request is being reviewed for future consideration please try this workaround solution:

    • Click on the Deleted Items Folder
    • Click on View tab on the command bar
    • Choose “Change View – Manage View” command on the command bar
    • Click “New” in the right to create a new
    • Name the view “Calendar”
    • Pick the Day/Week/Month “type of view”
    • Click OK. Now you should get dialog that lets you customize the view.
    • Now click on Columns –
    Change the select available fields in bottom-left to All Appointments Fields
    Select the “Start” field on the left and Click Start → on the right.
    Select the “End” field on the left and Click End → on the right.
    Click OK
    • Click on Filter…
    Click on the “Advanced Tab”
    Click on the Field Drop Down – All Mails Field – “Message Class”
    You…

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    Stephen commented  · 

    It would also be helpful if as a meeting attendee, Outlook offered me a button to only update the future occurrences in my calendar rather than all occurrences. That would put me more in control of my own calendar, rather than my calendar being subject to the whims of meeting organisers.

    The issue I encounter most often is a meeting organiser cancelling an entire series instead of setting an end date on the series. I'd like to be able to response to such a cancellation by telling Outlook to remove the future occurrences from my calendar, but to leave all past occurrences.

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