Disabling notifications on shared calendars in Outlook 2007

User A shares his calendar with User B.   User B needs access to make changes to User A calendar, but does not want the pop notifications when some sends a request to User A.  How can I disable the popups for User B?
beerdaveAsked:
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dexITCommented:
OK, assuming that you have the sharing of the calender squared away.
Tools | Options | Other tab | Advanced Options | Reminder Options
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beerdaveAuthor Commented:
looking more about the email being sent to User B email about User A calendar.  User B just wants to view/modify calendar, not receive every email from other users sending requests to  User A for an appointment.
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dexITCommented:
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beerdaveAuthor Commented:
not exactly what i was looking for, but good enough to run with it. Thanks Again
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