I really don't think there's a good way to do this. I think your answer is
the brute force method of having the new responsible party schedule all new
appointment items and ask he attendees to delete the old one or just leave
it around as a duplicate.
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> On Tue, 5 Sep 2000 10:17:15 -0400, "David Brickner"
> >What I would usually do in this circumstance is delete the SMTP address
> >the old user. Add it to the new user.
> >From my desktop I would open both mailboxes. I would drag the contents of
> >each folder, inbox, sent items, contacts, etc into the new users mailbox
> >in a subfolder of the main that I created. Then the new user can clean up
> >and move those items as they see fit.
> Hi David, Everybody,
> This is basically what we do -but we have a problem.
> Has anyone worked out a way to transfer appointment items across so
> that the meeting organiser becomes the new person? In our organsiation
> we have a problem with Personal assistants changing and meetings that
> they have organised (often recurring meetings) are not able to be
> changed by the new PA because they are not the organiser.
> Any ideas?