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Don't have an option to send no response when accepting or declining an invitation

When you go to decline or accept a meeting, a drop down does not appear with options to send a message or send no message.

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  • CC commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Make it possible to only email attendees who have NOT declined from a calendar event. This functionality does not seem possible when accessing the O365 calendar in the browser.

  • Zara Piles commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Currently, if a guest RSVPs to a calendar invite with ‘Don’t send the response’, their RSVP will be recorded as ‘No Response’, even if they have RSVP’d with a ‘Yes’, ‘Maybe’, or a ‘No’. The ‘Don’t send the response’ option should record the RSVP in the calendar appointment, just not send an email notification to the organiser. If a guest wants their RSVP recorded as 'No response' - they could just not respond...

  • Nancy Kinsbergen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    When working from someone elses mailbox it is not possible to accept or decline outlook invitations. Only works after changing back to old version

  • Jim commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You can. It just takes more clicks as you have to manually deselect the "notify organiser" option. See (and vote on!) suggestion number 36517039 "Accepting an invite should take less clicks".

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