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jaxisland

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I want to send out company wide invitation requests, but I do not want to see if people have accepted it or not. I want to send it out and see no replies from them. Is there a way to do this in Outlook 2003?

Also I tried to uncheck Request Responses from the Actions menu and that does not give the user the ability to choose what to do, it automatically sends me their response so that doesnt help.

Any ideas would be great, thank you.
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...but I do not want to see if people have accepted it or not.

In options, untick 'Request a read receipt for this message'

I want to send it out and see no replies from them. Is there a way to do this in Outlook 2003?

In options, tick 'Have replies sent to:' and select a dummy name/email address.
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Even unchecking Request a read reciept you still get one, the user doesnt get a choice but I still get one regardless. I dont want to teach people to send these off to bogus emails, I was hoping there was an option built in.
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