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Outlook 2007 accepted appointments/alerts go to wrong calendar

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Dear Experts,

I have a calendar in Outlook called "Staff" and one called "Calendar" I am receiving automatic alerts from an assessment branch. These alerts or appointments automatically to the "Calendar" in Outlook. Is there a way I can designate "Staff" as the default location when I accept these alerts?

Thanks in advance!

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e_aravind earned 500 total points
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IMO, Nope.

If Staff is the mailbox\profile configured @ the OL2k7, the incoming meeting-request will by-default settle it @ the "calendar folder for Staff"

Note:
you could plan for some Outlook client rules to move to another calendar folder...which is not the best idea
This will break the "free\busy" status of the Outlook
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Okay...thanks!
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