Meeting Responses for Outlook delegates

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Microsoft Outlook meetings
Outlook Appointments
Outlook calendar
Outlook Delegates
Is there a way for a Outlook user who has a delegate be set not to receive meeting request responses, just the delegate the initiates the request on his behalf?

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Go to tools, options, and the delegates tab. There is in fact a check box that says “Send meeting invites and responses to my delegates ONLY and not to me”.

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  • EA1atTA
    Previously I had it set up so that my boss would see any meeting requests that were sent to him from other people. But when I would send out a meeting request on his behalf to all staff, he would not see all 30/40/50 responses. I, however, would see the responses which is good because I needed to know who was and was not attending. If I choose the option "Send meeting invites and responses to my delegates ONLY and not to me" he will not see meeting requests sent to him. If he recieves a meeting request on the weekend for Monday morning at 7:30 a.m. he will not know about it - not a good situation.
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