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No Meeting Response Required - Outlook 2010

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For some reason, a new users is unable to accept meetings and they all appear as tentative on his calendar.  They all have a blue exclamation point and I can't accept or decline these invitations.  The computer is running on Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit Edition.
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Check the delegation setting for the user's calendar is set to My delegates and me

1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
2. Click the Delegates tab
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