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If you create an appointment in D365, and cancel it in D365, the attendees receive a notification in Outlook. But there's no indication that the meeting was cancelled. It also does not remove it from your calendar. When you do this from Outlook it removes it from the calendar and the notification sent to the attendee says cancelled in the subject
This is how it appears in Outlook when the appointment is cancelled from D365. There is nothing to indicate it's cancelled.
For appointments that have been canceled in D365, there is already a corresponding flag in Outlook's calendar.
If an appointment is cancelled, its left side is white in the calendar (look at 14th), and if it is not canceled, it is dark blue (look at 7th),.
I don't think that's enough. Most won't notice that. There's also the issue with it not being removed. It should function the same way an Appointment cancelled from Outlook does. It should send a notification that says "cancelled" and remove it. Instead it sends an email notification that just shows the information about the appointment. It tells the user nothing. This is very bad UX. I may open a ticket.
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