The change that I suggested seems to work this way. I made the change to
the mail file of User A and sent an invitation to User B. User B accepts
the invitation. User C opens User B's calendar and the meeting is marked
as private. The only caveat I see so far is if User C can see User B's
inbox. If that's the case, User B can see the subject of the invitation.

Tony Dezanet
Staff Software Engineer
IBM Software Group, Lotus
Internet Address: adezanet@xxxxxxxxxx
Technical Support Line: 1.800.426.7378














From:
rob@xxxxxxxxx
To:
Lotus Domino on the iSeries / AS400 <domino400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:
02/24/2011 02:50 PM
Subject:
Re: Setting up a default that all meetings you create
are marked private



Thank you.


Rob Berendt

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