June 16, 2006, Newsletter Issue #159: What is a meeting in Outlook (97/98/2000/XP)

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To use the calendar effectively in Outlook, it is important that you understand the difference between the three types of ´thing´ you can enter into the calendar.

A meeting happens at a particular time and date and involves your time and the time of at least one other person on the same email system.

An internal meeting would be the most common example of a meeting, however it could also be a client meeting if the client shares the same email system.

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