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Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Inside Out by Doug Sheresh, Beth Sheresh, Jim Boyce

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Responding to a Meeting Request

When you click Send on a meeting form, a meeting request e-mail message is sent to the invited attendees. This message allows the attendees to accept, tentatively accept, or reject the meeting invitation; propose a new time for the meeting; and include a message in the reply.

Receiving a Request for a Meeting

The attendees you’ve invited to your meeting will receive a meeting request message similar to the one shown in Figure 21-10. When an attendee clicks Calendar, a copy of his or her calendar opens, showing the meeting tentatively scheduled.

A meeting request received by an invited attendee.

Figure 21-10. A meeting request received by an invited attendee.

An invited ...

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