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Outlook 98 Snooze Reminder

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I have Outlook 98 with Exchange Server.  When an appointment reminder box pops up, you have the option of either "Dismiss" or "Snooze."  If you pick Snooze, you can choose how long the reminder will snooze for.  It defaults to 5 minutes.  Is there any way to default the Snooze to something else other than 5 minutes.  I have looked in options for Calendar and have found the default reminder, however, nothing under Snooze reminders.  Perhaps it's not possible??  Any assistance you can give is appreciated.
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No, it always defaults to 5 minutes. There's no option to change that.

In Outlook 2000, there's still no option to change the default from 5 minutes. However, if you change the snooze time, say to 2 hours, when the reminder pops up again during the *same Outlook session* 2 hours later, the snooze time is set for 2 hours. It persists through the current session only.
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This is what I suspected.  However, I was hoping it would have been more flexible in Ver.2000.  Thanks for the speedy response !
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