How to accept declined meeting (meeting you declined) in Outlook?
In many cases, you need to accept the meeting which you have declined when you receiving the meeting request in Outlook. Actually, the declined meeting request was moved to the Deleted Items folder by default. For accepting declined meeting, you just need to get into the Deleted Items folder and accept the meeting request again. Please browse the below tutorial for more details.
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For accepting declined meeting in Outlook 2010 and 2013, please do as follows.
1. Get into the Deleted Items folder which has the declined meeting request under specified email account.
2. In Outlook 2010 and 2013, find and double click to open the meeting request that you want to accept. In the opened meeting window, click Accept under Meeting tab, and choose one option you need from the drop down list, see screenshot:
After accepting the declined meeting request, the meeting will be added and displayed in the Calendar.
Note: In Outlook 2010, after clicking the option in the drop-down list, a prompt box will display, click the Yes button.
In Outlook 2007, you need to do as follows.
1. Open the Deleted Items folder and find the declined meeting request.
2. Double click to open the meeting request, and then click the Accept button in the Respond group under Meeting tab.
3. When a Microsoft Office Outlook prompt box pops up, choose an option you want, and then click the OK button.
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