Is there a way to check the history of changes to an event in Outlook 07 Calendar?

Posted on 2008-11-06
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Is there a way to check the history of changes made to an event in Outlooks Calendar?  When it was done and who it was done by?  In the lower right hand corner of the event is a stamp saying when it was last modified.  But I was needing to know if there is something there that goes back further and with more detail.
Question by:columbusdata
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    Hi, columbusdata.

    Outlook items do not maintain a change history.  There's a single item property (LastModificationTime) for keeping track of the last time an item was changed, nothing about who changed it, but nothing that'd enable you to look back at a list of changes and when they were made.  

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