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Possible to export RSVP Tracking from Outlook event?

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Using Outlook 2003 SP3.  I'm an end-user in a corporation and need to contact our Help Desk for technical settings, etc.

Is there a way to export RSVP Tracking, that is names (email addresses/IDs) and responses (no response/Accept/Decline), from Outlook to Excel or Word?

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I found this macro on the web & it works perfectly for exporting to Excel from Outlook 2003 and 2007.

http://jazzerup.blogspot.com/2008/09/outlook-meeting-tracking-export.html

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