Notification of change in Exchange calendar

Person uses Exchange for his calendar. He also has a secretary who updates his calendar. He would like some way to be notified when a change or entry has been made, but he does not want an email or phone call. He is thinking of something like a reminder notice popup. Can this be done in Exchange or any 3rd party software?

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HendroCommented:
If he doesn't want to receive an e-mail or phone call then you can change the calendar reminder for 1/2 days as a popup.

In Outlook click on Tools, Options.

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TenniSmanAuthor Commented:
Hendro,
A popup will apply to ALL appointments, not just new ones. Also, appointments are set 1,2,3, weeks ahead. He needs to be notified of these as well when they are made, not just when they about to happen.

Tennisman
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HendroCommented:
Some of our users uses Nokia mobile phones which we hot sync with Outlook 2000. You can set the alarm in the Calendar of the Nokia to notify you about appointments, there is not an easy around getting notifications for only new entries.
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