Video: Use voting buttons to create or respond to polls

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Voting buttons are a great way to poll people, especially large groups. A Microsoft Exchange Server account is required to send and respond to voting buttons. If you’re not sure whether you have an Exchange server account, see the link What is a Microsoft Exchange Server Account?

Note: If you encrypt an Outlook message that contains voting buttons, message recipients won't be able to see them. That feature isn't supported at this time. 

For more information about voting buttons, see Use Voting buttons in messages.

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Use voting buttons to create or respond to polls (3:38)
Voting buttons are a great way to poll people, especially large groups, if you have a Microsoft Exchange Server account. Watch this brief video to learn more.

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