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Is it possible to have an alert notification (pop-up reminder) generated for a public calendar or task event in Exchange 2003?  How about for any other calendar that isn't the "default" one?  Thanks!
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Alert is for the user. If its public then all should get the alert. So I guess its not a good thing and I searched but did not find anyone or any one saying yes for your answer. I tried to set it up in the LAB but there seem to be no option to achieve this. Good question. I will post it in mswish program..

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Task : you could set reminder and alert.
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