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Outlook 2010 - Accepting meeting requests from Calendar

Posted on 2013-11-20
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I have searched all over for this answer and cannot find it.

If a meeting request is accepted from the calendar view, the email associated to said meeting does not delete itself from the inbox. Is this by design? I have an end-user that would like to have the email delete itself when action is taken on it within the calendar view.

The email will delete itself if the meeting request has been acted on within the inbox.

Thanks for your time.
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That is by design.  It only deletes automatically when accepted/rejected from the inbox.
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