Microsoft Outlook 2016/365

In outlook, I create meeting invites with a list of attendees with check boxes next to them.  I can see these check boxes, other users cannot see them in the invite on their calendar.

After the meeting, I click Reply to All with Email and compile meeting notes.  I check the boxes for the invitees that actually attended.  When I send the email, the check boxes no longer appear in my outlook "sent Items" and not in the emails received either.  Until this is resolved, I will need to track attendees in a different manner.
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Karen FalandaysTraining SpecialistCommented:
Hi Mbcasey,
What are you trying to achieve? In your meeting on the calendar, you can see the tracking tab for the people that replied and accepted. There is no way for Outlook to track who actually attended without your intervention. When you click to send a follow up email and only select the actual attendees, are those the only names in the To: line of your sent items?

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