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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 2 years agoMaybe the single occurrence is the first (start) item in the list?... Just an idea though...
For moving normal appointment or meeting to another calendar folder, you just need to select the appointment or meeting and then drag it to the specified folder in the Navigation Pane. That’s quite easy for moving the non-recurring appointment or meeting. But when dragging and dropping the series recurring appointment or meeting to another calendar folder in the Navigation pane, a prompt box will pop up to remind you the items cannot be moved. See screenshot below.
This article will show you how to move recurring appointment or meeting to another calendar in Outlook with details.
For moving recurring appointment or meeting to another calendar in Outlook, please do as follows.
1. Shift to Calendar view by clicking Calendar in Navigation Pane.
2. Check to display the calendars which the recurring appointment or meeting existing in and the calendar which you want to move the recurring items in under My Calendars section in the Navigation pane.
After checking the two Calendar folders, they are displayed side by side in the Calendar view. See screenshot:
3. Click to select an appointment or a meeting occurrence of the series recurring items, drag it to the specified calendar folder.
4. After dropping the appointment or meeting occurrence, a text menu will be displayed. If you want to move the whole series, please click Copy Series, and if you just want to move the select occurrence, click Copy Selected Occurrences. See screenshot:
5. Then the recurring appointment or meeting is successfully moved to the specified calendar folder.
1. If that’s the recurring meeting you moved to the default calendar folders, it will display a prompt box, choose the option you need and then click the OK button.
2. If you move the recurring items to the calendar folder which you have created by yourself, the above prompt box won’t be displayed.