When you create a task in Outlook, appointing someone else, the performer comes with the ability to take notice, to reject the task. After taking the problem as it becomes available for editing.
If the task is created from the Outlook task list, Sharepoint, then notice of it too comes to the performer, but no buttons to dismiss, and change the attributes of the task is impossible.
Tell me is it possible to somehow implement this feature is in Outlook and if so, in what areas to look for a solution?
I would just like to clarify your post as I am not sure I fully understand the question.
When you create a task in SharePoint, the task email gives you the option to dismiss, reject etc...
When you create a task in Outlook which is linked to a SharePoint task list, the same options do not show up.
Are you looking to have the email that is created by tasks created in Outlook linked to a SharePoint list to provide the same features as the email that results from directly creating the task in SharePoint?
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