When i create an Alert I can get a email notifcation stating that
You have successfully created an Alert for XYX
I have tried this to both external and internal emails and it works for both
The conditions I have set are to notify if anything changes on the Calendar
When I change or add something in the Calendar I receive not email notification
I have cleared the Timer Cache and reset.
With SP alerts, there are many gotchas.. Some of which apache09 has rightly pointed out. Instead of me going over the list...just take a look here: http://sharepointalert.info/troubleshooting-sharepoint-alerts/
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