Create an Online Meeting

Peter Stoltenberg 21 Reputation points


I am using this endpoint to create an online meeting.

"[POST]{userID}/events". I am using the following as my body

"subject": "Let's go for lunch",
"body": {
"contentType": "HTML",
"content": "Does noon work for you?"
"start": {
"dateTime": "2017-04-15T12:00:00",
"timeZone": "Pacific Standard Time"
"end": {
"dateTime": "2017-04-15T14:00:00",
"timeZone": "Pacific Standard Time"
"isOnlineMeeting": true,
"onlineMeetingProvider": "teamsForBusiness"

I return a 200 OK, so far so good. However what I am noticing is that the url is "incorrect", so I can't actually access the meeting.

What I think is happening, is that the url that is generated is redacting the Client App ID from Azure in the URL.. See below.\<REDACTED>%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22f676eb1c-4c21---89b-10617e392dc1%22%7d

I think that's the case because when I manually create an online teams meeting I get this result. Any thoughts?\*\*\*-\*\*\*\*-\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22f676eb1c-4c21-458e-989b-10617e392dc1%22%7d

Anyone have anythoughts as why my url is redacted?

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  1. Shivam Dhiman 5,951 Reputation points

    Hi @Peter Stoltenberg

    I tried to replicate this scenario, but it is working as expected. I would recommend you raise a support case with Microsoft Graph, a Support Engineer will be able to assist you better. You can raise support ticket from or

    Hope this helps.

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  1. Peter Stoltenberg 21 Reputation points

    Ah, It was something on my provdider side.

    Thanks Shivam!


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