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    mingus8686 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Cancelling a meeting in a Series does not free resource

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    Release 6.0.12_GA_2883.RHEL5_64_20110306010832 CentOS5_64 FOSS edition

    The admin(meeting creator) of the meeting series cancels one meeting in the series. The resource(location) is not returned to the free state.

    If I go to the resource's account I see the meeting series and the cancelled meeting still exists . I cannot delete the instance there either and the resource is marked as busy for all other users.

    In the admin's(meeting creator) account the one meeting in the series is cancelled and removed from their calendar.

    Has anyone seen this behavior on their installation and is there a fix?

    Thanks

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    It should be bugreport, because it seems like a bug

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    Default Cancelling a meeting in a Series does not free resource

    Thanks meesha,

    I was hoping to get some feedback, and perhaps it was a config issue.

    I'll pursue the bug route.

    Bug 61323

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