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    Hi,

    I have someone who when he schedules a calendar item for his calendar and sets it to 'busy', it gets added to his calendar as 'tentative'. We've attempted to switch it back to 'busy', but unfortunately it doesn't stick. Any thoughts?

    Thanks.

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    This sounds kinda like Bug 29350 - meeting proposed as busy in outlook displays as tentative in web client for some attendees (fixed for 5.0.8) though the description is:
    meeting proposed as busy, displays as busy in the organizer's calendar and possibly in outlook for some attendees, but shows tentative in the web client
    While you stated: "it gets added to his calendar as 'tentative"

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    Ya that's definitely more to do with ZCO scheduler vs web-client attendees so not what you want.
    I show your profile as 5.0.5_GA_2201.RHEL4_64_20080417001606 CentOS4_64 NETWORK edition. If you are upgraded to 5.0.7 and still are experiencing this issue please file a bug.

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