You can send out an email to take a vote from recipients in Microsoft Outlook 2013, 2010, and 2007.
Note: This feature will only work for recipients who are using Microsoft Outlook as their email client.
1. Start a new message and click Options.
2. Click Use Voting Buttons.
3. Select the voting buttons you wish to use. Use Custom… if you wish to write your own options.
4. If you have selected the Custom… option, the Message Options dialog will appear. Type the options you would like in the Use voting buttons field. Separate your options with a semicolon (;). Click Close when done.
Now you’re ready to type and send the email. When the recipient opens the message in Microsoft Outlook, it will show a “Vote” button on the top ribbon bar.