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Outlook 2003-Hack 'reminder' default setting

Posted on 2009-05-07
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Does any one know of a registry hack or some kind of configuration I can use to set the 'reminder' option to off?  I need to to have it as the default option.  This option is available when an appointment is scheduled.
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Hi, HollywoodRay.

No need for a registry hack.  

1.  Click Tools > Options
2.  On the Preferences tab under Calendar uncheck the "Default reminder" box.
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I have no idea how I did not see this option... Thank you for prompting me to take a second (careful) look for this setting.
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No problem.  Two sets of eyes are always better than one.
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