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Need to determine when calendar items were put on the calendar

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I have a user that is trying to determine when calendar items were place on his calendar and on a public calendar.   The user is using Outlook 2003 and we have Exchange 2003 SP2.  Are there any native utilites or third party tools that will allow me to dive into the metadata of the calendar item and see create or change dates?
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You can open up the calendar entry through outlook.  Click on file and then properties.  It tells you when it was sent, received, and modified.
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Thanks.  I missed htat one completely.
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