Export Outlook calendar to Excel with attendee status

saadks

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Hi all,

I will be sending out a whole lot of calendar invites (250+) from my Outlook for a virtual event. I want to track the status of the calendar invites in terms of who all has accepted the invite / declined / tentative (RSVP status). I would like to export this into Excel to be able to update the contact database at my end with the RSVP status.

The basic Outlook calendar export to Excel gives out all details except for the current status of acceptance of the attendees.

Needed some help on how to export it.

Thanks a lot in advance - I did try looking this up in the forums, I came across some VBA related queries, but could not ascertain if this was already answered before - sorry if I have asked it again.

Regards,
Sa'ad
 

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