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Notification about changes in additional (shared) calendar Outlook/exchange?

Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hello,
My boss shares calendar for his assistant.
She can view all items, change them and create new one.

Is it possible to set some kind of notification/report alarm when he is adding/changing something in his calendar?
I'm but he now about the notification alarms 5 minutes before the event  he wants to get alarm/notification even if he is changing or adding event in the future.

I appreciate any idea.

Best regards
FooKy
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sadly, this sort of functionality is not possible.
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