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Using Meeting Workspaces

  Asked By: Karen    Date: Jun 01    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1404

We now have a big push to implement Meetings with Workspaces. The
ability to create them from within Outlook is high on the priority list.

I have been researching online and have found how to create a new
Meeting Request item from within Outlook, invite the attendees, and how
to use the Task Pane to select or enter a URL to the site. The
Workspace is created all well and good.

Nowhere can I find how the SharePoint lists Agenda, Objectives, and
Attendees work with Outlook, or between themselves, once the Workspace
is created. If Attendees accept or reject in Outlook, will that be
shown in the Workspace? If an Attendee is added in the Workspace, does
that roll up into Outlook? If the Agenda or Objectives are entered or
changed, are the Attendees notified? What about if more lists are
created... are there any interactions?

These are the type of questions that I am being asked. Can anyone tell
me where there is documentation for how SharePoint Meeting Workspaces
work? Maybe describing other functionality that has not come up yet?



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Benjamin Wright     Answered On: Jun 01

Are you using Office 2003 or 2007, and SPS203 or MOSS 2007? Big
difference in functionality  between the two versions.

Answer #2    Answered By: Royce Orr     Answered On: Jun 01

Office 2003 and SPS203.............

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