Outlook 2016 tracking tab not updating
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The organizer of a meeting may notice that some users who have responded to the meeting request do not have tracking information displayed next to their names.
However, I see no such information within my sent item.
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.
With Outlook, you won’t have any excuses for missing a lunch date or forgetting a meeting.
You can use Outlook to keep track of recurring meetings or events so that you don’t have to manually enter these items each time they take place.
After creating a meeting and inviting attendees for the meeting, you can track the meeting responses which attendees have accepted or declined the meeting request.
In this article, we will show you how to track meeting responses in Outlook.
Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free.In the Message Options, I selected the option “Request a delivery receipt for this message”.In the on-line help for Outlook it says that this tracking information should be shown when opening the sent item.If the tracking feature is not broken, you’ll see the following message icons in front of a received tracking report; Delivery Report Non Delivery Report (NDR) Message Read Notice Message Deleted Without Being Read Notice Recall Failure Report Recall Successful Report If you received a message with any of the above icons, then the tracking feature will work and you’ll see the following icon on your sent item in the Sent Items folder; Tracking icon for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 Tracking icon for Outlook 2003 and previous If you see that icon on your sent item, double click the item to open it in its own window and you’ll see a “Tracking” button in the “Show” group (Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010) or the “Tracking” tab (Outlook 2003 and previous); In Outlook 2003 and previous, incoming reports sometimes need to be processed manually.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.