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Windows Phone 7 : Working with the Calendar - Responding to an Invitation

12/10/2010 9:18:33 AM
If someone sends you an invitation to a meeting or party, you can quickly check your phone calendar and let the person know whether you can make it. You can even let people know when you’re running a little late.

1. Accept or Decline an Invitation

  1. On the Start screen, tap Calendar.

  2. Tap the meeting invitation you want to respond to.

  3. Do one of the following:

    • Tap Accept. (If it’s a recurring appointment, then choose One or All.)

    • Tap Decline. (If it’s a recurring appointment, then choose One or All.)

    • To tentatively accept, tap More, and then tap Tentative.

  4. Add an optional comment with your response.

  5. Tap Send. If you declined the invitation, it is removed from your calendar.


Tip:

If you’re running late to a meeting, tap Late to send an e-mail to let other attendees know.


2. Propose a New Time

  1. In Calendar, tap the meeting you want to reschedule.

  2. Tap Respond.

  3. Tap Propose New Time.

  4. Edit the appointment time, date, and other information as necessary, and then tap Done.

  5. Tap Send.

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