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Is it possible to make responses to a meeting request in Outlook2010 viewable to someone other than the meeting organizer?

In other words, I would another user to see the accepts and declines from invitees to a meeting I sent out.. can it be done?
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I believe you can use the Meeting Properties and have replies sent to someone that you designate.

When creating a new meeting, click the File tab, then Properties and then check the "Have replies sent to:"
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