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Notification when a contact declines a calendar meeting in Outlook 2010

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I want to get an email notification when a contact declines a calendar meeting I've set up in Outlook 2010.  Is there a way to configure that?
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It's up to the invitee to decide whether or not to send a reply.  They can decline but not reply and you'll never know.
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