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How do you determine the creator of an Outlook Calendar item?

Posted on 2008-06-16
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We have some calendars with many people having creation rights.

How do we determine who added a calendar item when no one seems to have any knowledge of it?  There doesn't seem to be a "properties" where I can trace back who originated an appointment.
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This article explains how to add fields to your view so that you can determine the meeting organizer and meeting creation date:

To customize your Calendar view: 1. On the View menu, point to Current View, and then click Active Appointments.

If you are using Outlook 2003, point to Arrange By on the View menu, point to Current View, and then click Active Appointments.  
2. Move the mouse pointer to one of the column headings (such as Subject), and then right-click that heading. Click Field Chooser in on the shortcut menu.
3. In the Field Chooser, change from Frequently-used fields to All Appointment fields.
4. Click Organizer, and then drag Organizer to the column heading area. You see red arrows appear that indicate the column heading's position. Release the mouse button when you have the field where you want it.
5. In the Field Chooser, change from All Appointment fields to Date/Time fields.
6. Click Created, and then drag Created to the column heading area. You see red arrows appear that indicate the column heading's position. Release the mouse button when you have the field where you want it.
7. Close the Field Chooser, and then expand the columns if needed.
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