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Field Notice: FA00146 - Error 22681 When Trying to Schedule a Reoccurring Meeting


May 26, 2004


Products Affected

Product

Comments

Cisco MeetingPlace for Lotus Notes

4.1.3.31 and earlier

Problem Description

Note: This Field Notice is a legacy Latitude Field Notice that has been converted to the Cisco format so the information would remain available to their customers.

The following error occurs when a user schedules a reoccurring meeting. For example Mon - Fri, 9-10am and then tries to schedule another reoccurring meeting. For example Tues - Sat, 9-10am in which there is an overlap between the first series.

MeetingPlace
Unable to schedule the meeting for the following reason(s):
Error:[22681] Your meeting must be at least 2 minutes long.

In the above example, this error only occurs if the user scheduled both the first and second reoccurring series through the Monday box in their calendar. If the user scheduled the first reoccurring series through the Monday box and then the second series through the Tuesday box then there will be no problems.

Problem Symptoms

The user will not be able to schedule a reoccurring meeting that over laps with another reoccurring series if they have the scheduling behavior has described above. The error message is also a bit confusing.

Workaround/Solution

Workaround:

Turn off "Automatically check for time conflicts when scheduling" in their calendar under Tools -> Preferences or they can apply the 5.0.9/5.0.7 mail template hot fix.

Resolution:

Fixed in 5.0.9 and 5.0.7 mail template hot fix built on 4/26/02. Fixes will also be incorporated in future mail templates.

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