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Tracking option missing in outlook 2007 calendar

Posted on 2013-11-07
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When the user goes into her calendar and opens the a meeting the Tracking option is missing from under the tab Meeting in the SHOW category. Appointment and Scheduling appear. Tracking appears in some of the meetings. How can I make it appear in all open appointments?
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Hi,

you can only see the "Tracking" option if you are the organizer of the meeting.
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