Outlook 2016 delegate calendar not updating
If you've noticed missing calendar appointments, e.g., lost meetings, delegate issues, or meeting updates from someone other than the original organizer, you're not alone.This issue has been reported in organizations with Office 365, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook (2010, 2013 or 2016), Apple i Phones/i Pads, Active Sync devices, Macs running Outlook (20), etc.For more information see: Microsoft Calendar Appointment Corruption Issues (August/2018 Update) and Exchange Outlook Calendaring Problems.Office 365 itself is usually not the root of the problem - the mail clients (Active Sync, i OS devices, i Cal) and their connectivity protocol tend to be the culprits. For instance, if someone accepts a meeting at 9am on an i Phone and a delegate declines it at am on a PC, but the i Phone is out of signal range and doesn't sync the meeting until say am., what happens to the meeting?
She added a bunch of meetings in her Outlook but they were not showing up in his Outlook.
The following text appears in the Info Bar of the meeting request when the meeting request has been processed: Accepted by username on date, time Don't move meeting requests - Don't move a meeting request from your Inbox to a different folder before you accept or decline the request or before the meeting appears in your calendar.
Soon after a meeting request arrives in your Inbox, a piece of Outlook code — nicknamed the "sniffer" — automatically adds the meeting to your calendar and marks it as tentative.
Mobile devices tend to cause the most issues with appointments becoming corrupt, missing, or out of sync.
Scheduling an appointment just for yourself on your mobile device is ok.