Ok here is the situation:
Using Exchange and Outlook 2010 I receive a meeting request from someone in my org. I say Accept WITHOUT sending a response.
So now if the person that sent the meeting request out goes into their meeting and selects Tracking, It shows my response as None. Also it tells them that there is no response from the paricipants, which technically is true because I didn't send one, but it should show them that I Accepted the meeting. It does not. That person would have to go into my calendar to see that I have accepted it.
This seems wrong, it should show the person in Tracking that I have accepted, even if I choose not to send a response. Sometimes I feel like responses are spam but I will be forced to send them now because otherwise the organizer does not know that I have accepted.
Similarly, if I was the organizer, I would want to rely on the Tracking feature, if I saw that there was no response from a number of attendees I would assume they had not looked at it yet, but they could have accepted it without comments.
So I would like to know if there is actually a way around this, I have tried stopping cached mode and have tested it thouroughly.
If not can we try to get Microsoft to fix it.