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Is it possible to configure Outlook 2003 to warn you of a clash when booking a meeting?

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Is it possible to configure Outlook to warn you of a clash whenever you book an appointment in your calendar?
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This is a built in feature, but you have to be aware of where it is shown.  You don't get a pop up message warning you.  Instead you get a message just above the Subject line of your appointment or meeting telling you there is a conflict.


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