How do I change default accept meeting response to "Do not send response"?

Posted on 2010-01-06
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
My company has recently implemented a email policy that cracks down on the sending of unnecessasy emails.  One of the areas they would like us to cut back on is not sending a repsonse to the organizer of a meeting when you accept a meeting.  Is it possible to change the default to "Do not send" from the "Send Reponse" option that is the default now?  Thanks in advance!

Question by:twands
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    Look at here, it is for manully and autom.
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    Expert Comment

    What is the reason for this 'crackdown'. If it is a storage concern you should note that SIS will be in use for mail body and attachments in Exchange 2003 so cutting back on emails sent will not have much impact. Cutting back on attachments sent is the key.


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    This solution provides a viable workaround for us.  Thank yo

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