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How to clear pop ups in ACT 2008 relating to calls

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Need assistance with ACT 2008.
I have a user that logs into ACT and clicks on the calendar icon, he gets a pop up that shows 176 calls on his schedule to be made. All of these are reoccurances, and are completely irrelevant.  Is there a way to get these alerts removed ?
Thank you in advance for any help !
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Clear the activities from the Task List is probably the easiest way
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