Meeting invitations are forwarded by an attendee for an existing meeting

Original KB number:   4014990


Meeting attendees receive a forwarded meeting invitation from another attendee for an existing meeting.


This issue occurs if the Exchange ActiveSync client for the attendee sends a SmartForward command for this meeting.


This issue is addressed in the latest Apple iOS (10.3.3) and Apple watchOS (3.2.3) updates. For more information, see the following Apple Knowledge Base articles:

To resolve this issue, all devices that are running iOS or watchOS must be updated to the latest version of the software.

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