You may be able to see the details in the scheduling view (depending on whether the invited attendees have given you the permission to see their calendars).
But if you organised the meeting, you'll see further options, including the ability to check the tracking status - so you can see who has accepted, declined or just not responded to your meeting request.
If it's not then Outlook won't try to do anything with those responses.
By the way..is also the way to stop Outlook from adding a "tentative" appointment to your calendar when you receive a meeting request from somebody else.
We have all had Outlook Calendar meetings that have mysteriously disappeared off of our calendar, or that were updated and we somehow missed the memo.
Not only are these moments frustrating, but they can be avoided!
This issue happens when the following steps occur: In order to track updates to meetings made by organizers and the responses to those updates by the attendees, Microsoft Outlook uses a sequence number that determines what the most recent update to that meeting is.
Responses to the meeting that contain a sequence number older then the one currently in use are considered out of date and do not update the Tracking Information.
Useful when you're sitting in a meeting that someone organised, and you want to see who's still planning to attend.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.