When you receive a message in MS Outlook that includes voting buttons, the response buttons appear on the message form between the header and the toolbar. In addition, MS Outlook will display a message in the preview pane if it is open, to prompt you to vote.
Voting is easy. Just click a button to cast your vote. Outlook displays a simple dialog box asking whether you want to send the vote or edit your response.
To send the message without modification, select Send The Response Now.
To cast your vote and open the message as a reply so taht you can include text in your response, select Edit The Response Before Sending.
When you cast a vote, MS Outlook changes the subject of the message to include your vote.
Votes come back to you in the form of messages. You can view the vote summary in a few ways. If the preview pane is displayed, you can click the message and then cluck the summary message in the Infobar. Or you can open the Sent Items folder, open the original message and click the Tracking tab. Either method will display the Tracking tab.