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Meeting Requests are beling deleted from my inbox when i accept or decline

Posted on 2006-07-05
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Hello I know at one point i had a setting that would not delete my meeting requests when i declined them or accepted them... i know once i accept them it is in my calendar... but if i decline them it just deletes the request... I would like to keep them... does anybody remember the setting to keep declined meeting requests?

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If you are using Outlook, go to 'tools' and then 'options'.  From here select the 'email options' button on the 'preferences' tab. Next select the 'Advanced email options' button.  Here you will find your option at the bottom that says 'delete meeting request from inbox when responding'.  Uncheck this option and select 'ok'.
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Thank you!! i knew it was simple... but I was missing it...
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