How to Find an Unsent Meeting in Outlook

by Bray Bell

In Outlook, a meeting is an appointment that gives you the ability to invite other users or reserve specific resources. You can create face-to-face or online meetings. When a meeting is created you must identify the intended people you want to invite and pick a meeting time. If you create a meeting but never send it, it can be difficult to locate.

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Open Outlook and click on "Calendar."

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Click "View," "Change View" and then "Manage Views."

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Click "Modify" and then "Filter."

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Click the "SQL" tab.

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Type in the following code:

http://schemas.Microsoft.com/mapi/id/{00062002-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}/8229000B = false

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Check "Edit these criteria directly."

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Click "OK" three times to get back in Calendar view. You should be able to see any unsent meetings now.

About the Author

Bray Bell has been a professional writer since 1999, doing technical writing for companies such as Microsoft and Dell, Inc. He has his bachelor's degree in computer science from Texas Tech University and has been working in the technology field for more than 15 years.