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NOT getting response notification of my outlook 2003 meeting invite that I sent within my own company. Checked request response is checked, searched through calender option and did not find any issue. did cleanfreebusy, cleanrules and to no avail.

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  • bokenna Feb 05, 2010

    yes

  • Patricia Forester
    Patricia Forester May 11, 2010

    do you mean you are not receiving a response from people you email to to confirm they have received your mail?

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When you send a request of receipt the receiver has the choice to send a receipt or not. It is probably that they did not choose to send a receipt. try to send yourself an email and request a response and see if you have a reply.

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