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MS Outlook Calender auto Answer for meeting request

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My Outlook calender accepting ever meeting reqest automatically and meeting is being placed into my calander. By the time comes for meeting the alarm is surprizing me. How can I stop it.
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Try this:

Open Outlook: Tools -> Options -> Calendar Options -> Resource Scheduling -> uncheck
Automatically Accept Meeting request and Process Calculations
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