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Track changes to an Outlook Calendar

My boss has Outlook 2003 with 1 Delegate with Editor priveleges over his Calendar. The Delegate has stated that appointments that were there are disappearing from the bosses calendar. My boss does use a Treo 700P and synchronizes his calendar to it. I am looking for a way to track changes made to his calendar to try to determine if this is user error, something to do with the Palm synchronization etc.... Does anyone know of a way to do this or saftware that will log all channges, date it was changed, who or what service changed it etc....? Thanks
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tbogert
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David LeeCommented:
Greetings, tbogert.

Outlook has no ability to track changes in the way you've described.  It might be possible to write some code that would track the changes made from one computer, but for this approach to work you'd then have to collect the various change files and merge them together to track who did what.  The only solution I can see would be to track the changes at the Exchange server level.  I'm not an Exchange expert, but I've never heard of anything like that before.  There might be a third-party utility that does this.  I'm not familiar with any though.  

Cheers!
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jeremyliteky1Commented:
You can set Outlook 2003 Sp1 and above to track calendar changes.  

See this link for full details:  http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA011742661033.aspx

 
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dnstechgroupCommented:
Where you able to find a way to track changes in outlook?
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