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Outlook 2007 Calendar - I dont want notifications - how to switch it off.

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Not the new mobile message notification, the outlook calendar that was always anoyingly there.

How to switch it off?
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Hopefully I 'm understanding this correct. You just want to disable the default reminder for new items you add to your calendar? If so Tools->Options. On the General tab, uncheck default reminder in the Calendar section of the window. That will disable reminders. You can still manually set a reminder as desired.
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