Outlook appointment tracking not updating

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As the name states, it was designed to simply inform the attendee of specific changes that have occurred on the meeting.

Informational updates have the following characteristics. If you receive an informational update and the invite is processed, the required action is clearly spelled out in the message.

In a few words, in Outlook 20 you can no longer make critical changes on a meeting without sending an update.

For example if you attempt to delete a meeting, the Send Cancellation form automatically appears.

The difference is that any of your previous edits to Public properties are overwritten if the meeting organizer changes any of them and sends you an update to the meeting (regardless of whether it is an informational or full update).

This option should be updated to reflect the way most users interpret it, or there should be another option that serves this purpose.

Since working with the Outlook calendar, and more specifically with meetings, it is very likely that the majority of us have encountered situations in which updates to meetings are not triggering the same type of message.

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 ask because I had 2 persons reply they accepted the invitation but meeting "tracking" continues to show them listed as no response though they have accepted.

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