We are running Exchange 2007, some staff are on Outlook 2007 some on 2003. He has several calendar appointments that do not show the attendee's updated status in the Tracking tab.
I have noticed that the people that aren't updated all seem to be External users, all the internal staff show as updated.
We have and Executive and Admin using Outlook XP SR-2 with Exchange 5.5 SP4 The Admin has delegate permissions to the Executives mailbox.
All meeting requests get sent to the delegates not to the Executive.
In both cases, you receive a message notification in your Inbox.
for calendar invite as attachment to the organisor and the attendees.
A:hile you are in outlook, click on tools, then options, then go to mail setup. When an attendee accept the invitation the acceptance mail received by the organisor doesn't update the tracking tab for the attendee. Seriously, I had know idea how formatting affected my question so seriously, so I again, apologize. I am an old-school DOS-taught secretary who is only asking for some advice. If you have an answer for my query it would be seriously appreciated. Outlook will only track replies to your default (personal) calendar, so if you are using a shared event booking calendar it will not track them (although you should still receive an email when someone accepts/declines the event.I've search everywhere and can't seem to find an answer.Thanks, My company recently switched from MS Exchange to Google. The only problem I have (and I am the only one in the company with the problem) is that if I accept a meeting through the Outlook 2007 front end, my calendar is not updated.In Outlook 2010 - Go to File | Options | Mail and scroll down to the Tracking group.Make sure that the box for "Automatically procss meeting requests and responses..." is checked.In Outlook, you can create personalized signatures for your email messages.You can include text, images, your electronic business card, a logo, or even an image of your handwritten signature.A delivery receipt tells you that an email message was delivered to the recipient's mailbox, but not whether the recipient has seen it or read it.A read receipt tells you that a message was opened.Not tracking the responses can be useful when you send a meeting request to a large number of attendees but do not want to know who can and cannot attend.Note: If you turn off the Request Responses option, you will not be able to track whether attendees have accepted, tentatively accepted, or declined.However the Tracking tab in the Executives calendar for the particular meeting does not get updated that the people accepted the meeting. Thanks in advance, Jack Hackney, Jr Hello all, I have a problem with Calendar entries in Outlook 2003 with the Live Meeting 2005 plug in.