If you have users in your organization who are delegated to create meetings for other people, you must publish the Sametime
® custom form for meetings to the server's Organizational Forms Library. When this form is available, delegated users do not encounter the "Object Not Found" message when creating a meeting for someone else.
Before you begin
Create an Organizational Forms Library as described on the Microsoft
™ Support site at this URL:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933358
Follow these steps to publish the meetings form and associate it with the person whose meetings are created by someone else.
- Log in to a client computer that has Microsoft Outlook installed and can use the Administrator profile (for example, Administrator for the Microsoft Exchange Server).
- Publish the STOnlineMeetings form to the Organizational Forms Library and give it a new name, such as STMeetingForm.
- Working on the machine of the person who has delegated meeting creation to someone else, remove all the local forms from the cache associated with Calendar, and specify that the custom form you published in the previous step is to be used when posting appointments to the Calendar.
When the person delegated to create meetings accesses the delegator's calendar and creates a new appointment, the custom Sametime
meetings form opens as the default form.
Parent topic: Configuring Microsoft Office integration