For example if you attempt to delete a meeting, the Send Cancellation form automatically appears.
You cannot save this change without clicking the Send Cancellation button to send the cancelation email.
However, this email will go straight to your Outbox because you are in Working Offline mode.
An Informational update is an update that does not require any action from the attendee.
As the name states, it was designed to simply inform the attendee of specific changes that have occurred on the meeting.
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Most likely the problem is that you don't have Outlook configured to automatically process meeting responses.
I’ve then tried it with a “Read receipt” and although I do get a message back, I still don’t see any tracking information within the sent item.
How can I see if my message was read or delivered successfully within the sent item?If it's not then Outlook won't try to do anything with those responses.By the way..is also the way to stop Outlook from adding a "tentative" appointment to your calendar when you receive a meeting request from somebody else.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.And what I mean by this is that depending on the type of changes that we make to a meeting, this will generate either an informational or a full update, and the information will be changed or not, accordingly, on the attendee’s calendar.Processing reports manually is as simple as selecting the report in your Inbox folder (don’t move it to another folder), mark it as read and then delete it.