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On May 15, 2013, members of the IBM Notes Calendaring and Scheduling team shared their tips and tricks when troubleshooting repeating meetings, busytime and resource reservations.

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Topic: Tips and Tricks when Troubleshooting Repeating Meetings, Busytime and Resource Reservations Day: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Time: AM EDT ( UTC/GMT, UTC-4 hours) for 60 minutes For more information about our Open Mic webcasts, visit the Conference Webchat: Q: Does anyone have a best practice guide that we could provide to our users for repeating meetings?

A: We don't have any needed best practices - but we do have an article that has been useful for Q: We find the calendar cleanup utility great for cleaning historic calendar data.

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