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Some meeting creator originators do not see meeting in Teams Meetings

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When I create a new Meeting in MS Teams and Invite a Channel, and then also invite specific people, I see the meeting my list of meetings in Teams and the meeting is added to the Channel.  That's just what I want.  However, another user in my project does the same thing and he does not see the meeting in his list of meetings. I was an invitee so I could see the meeting.  He could see the meeting in Outlook, but the sender was the Teams project email.  Any ideas what might be different between the two users?  The only difference I see is that I am the Teams Project Owner, he is a member. 

 

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Assume he has an Exchange Online mailbox?

 


@Deleted wrote:
Assume he has an Exchange Online mailbox?

Yes, our email is all through Office 365 for our company.

After creating the meeting in Teams with invite to a channel, this is what the meeting looks like in the creator's Outlook.  Note that the Organizer is the project name, not the name of the person who created the meeting in Teams.  AND the creator cannot make any changes in Outlook (this used to be possible.)

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