This is information related to the proper method for setting up and responding to Outlook calendar meetings and appointments. This article can be used to facilitate the prevention of having Outlook calendar events from being sent directly to other user's deleted items folder.
If you are using Outlook 2016 or O365, when you attempt to update any existing calendar event, you may have some of the recipients report that the updated calendar event is missing or has been sent to the Deleted Items folder.
The following link states that this was an intended change by microsoft around Q2 of 2019. Any updates to meetings that do not affect the Date / Time / Location / Subject / Recurrence Pattern are at risk of having email updates sent to recipients Deleted Items folder. Essentially if an attachment is placed on a meeting that could be sent to 50 employees the invite may still arrive in the Deleted items folder because if it is already accepted. This is causing SOM employees to miss out on important meeting details.
The bottom line when it comes to sharing and adding individual calendar events via email is that you need to provide at least two options (in our case, both an .ics hosted on server that supports WebDAV and a Google Calendar event).
(Optional) If you created a moderated meeting with a passcode, you must also send the moderator passcode to one or more attendees who will act as meeting moderators. Moderator information is not included in the Amazon Chime meeting invite and must be sent to moderators separately. For more information, see Scheduling a moderated meeting.
Issue:Meeting updates goes to deleted items folder automaticallyin OWA /WEB still the same.When Organizer send a meeting invite and attendees accept the meeting. The organizer update the body or update the meeting the Attendees will not be notify and the updates goes automatically to deleted items folder but the calendar was updated. Here is the current settings. 2b1af7f3a8