Accepting meetings as a delegate

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I am a delegate of my managers so any meeting requests she receives are

copied to me so I can accept them. Once I have accepted them how does she

know I've done that? At the moment she only receives the original meeting

invite but even that doesn't tell her what I've done. The only way she can

tell is if she goes into her calendar. We are on outlook 2007
 
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Amelia, make sure your manager has set you up to do this:

In Outlook, in the Tools menu, click Options.

On the Delegates tab, you should be in the list of delegates. Click your

name to select it, and under "Deliver meeting requests addressed to me and

responses to meeting requests..." make sure to select the button for "My

delgates only, but send a copy of meeting requests and responses to me." (See

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA100750811033.aspx?pid=CH100788801033)

If that doesn't help, you could try setting up a rule that CCs your manager

whenever you send a message with a subject that includes the words

"Accepted:", "Declined:", "Tentative:", or "New Time Proposed:". (Note the

colon to better help distinguish meeting responses from subjects that happen

to use the words.) You'd set up this rule when you're accessing your

manager's Outlook.

Hope this helps.

"amelia" wrote:


> I am a delegate of my managers so any meeting requests she receives are
> copied to me so I can accept them. Once I have accepted them how does she
> know I've done that? At the moment she only receives the original meeting
> invite but even that doesn't tell her what I've done. The only way she can
> tell is if she goes into her calendar. We are on outlook 2007
 
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have her look in the gray box at the tope of the invitation. I may say

"Accepted by so-and-so on . . . "

jgar8401

"amelia" wrote:


> I am a delegate of my managers so any meeting requests she receives are
> copied to me so I can accept them. Once I have accepted them how does she
> know I've done that? At the moment she only receives the original meeting
> invite but even that doesn't tell her what I've done. The only way she can
> tell is if she goes into her calendar. We are on outlook 2007
 
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