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Accept/Decline by invitee doesn't show in Outlook 2007

Posted on 2007-11-28
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User receives new machine with Outlook 2007 - user is familiar with Outlook 2003, new to 2007.
User sends a meeting request in Outlook 2007.
Attendee sends an "Accept" response.
Under the Tracking listing from the user, the Response table shows a value of "None".
Happens for all Meeting requests...
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Question by:MikeGo427
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Jeroen Rosink earned 500 total points
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Im not sure if this also works for you, I recently noticed the same, the reason why the response was not visible was because I didn't opened the response replies.
After doing this the status changed in my sended invitation.
Perhaps this also works for you
regards,
Jeroen
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by:MikeGo427
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I will ask my client and will update if this was the issue.

Thanks.
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by:Jeroen Rosink
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Ok, if you need further help just let me know
regards,
Jeroen
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by:MikeGo427
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Made my client very happy
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