Outlook - Meeting Requests

By kbaafi ·
I have a user who successfully sends off a meeting request, however after someone Accepts the Meeting Request they do not receive a notification from that person.

Plus if you look under Response within the Tracking tab (next to Appointment and Scheduling) it will read None, even after someone Accepts the Meeting Request.

Any ideas how to allow the user to be able to receive the notifications?



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Same issue here....Any Help

by tmulligan In reply to Outlook - Meeting Request ...

Any update on this. I am having the same exact issue with one of my users. I don't want to recreate the mailbox if there is a resolution to this nonsense

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Potential Solution to meeting response problem

by jon.scriven In reply to Same issue here....Any He ...


This behaviour is usually seen if the person setting up the meeting has turned off responses.

See Microsoft page for further information. If you look at the note section at the bottom, you will see that this is the same behaviour described in this thread.**033.aspx

Hope this helps.


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Possible Solution

by chris.barton In reply to Outlook - Meeting Request ...


I found the same problem for one of our users, it was resolved by unchecking the "Send meeting request and responses only to my delegates, not to me" option under the delegates tab of the options menu.

Hope this helps


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Solution that worked for me

by dlendabarker In reply to Outlook - Meeting Request ...

When the meeting email gets accepted, the attendee needs to send a response. If no response is selected, then in tracking it shows a none in response column.

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