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Change length of meeting in Outlook 2007

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I have a C-Level exec who wants to set his default meeting length to 15 minutes in Outlook 2007 (rather than the default 1/2 hour). I have seen a script but that won't work here. There has to be a Registry hack...

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Please have a look here:http://www.lockergnome.com/it/2009/10/29/change-the-default-appointment-interval-in-outlook/Microsoft did a great job of hiding the functionality, butonce you know it's there, it's easy to do :)
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Fantastic! Thank You!
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