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how to stop email notifications for calendar changes - Outlook 2010

Posted on 2011-09-23
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I've given permissions to my outlook 2010 calendar to someone i'm working with, but everytime they make a change i get email notificaiton of the change.  is there any way to stop these email notifications?

I guess i could set up a rule which would route those emails to a specific folder, but i'd rather just turn them off.  I cannot figure it out and haven't been able to find a remedy online.

we are using a hosted exchange server.
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Hi, maybe this will help. I don't have OLK2010 but another user had the opposite issue (not receiving notifications). Here's the answer to that question:

You have added a Delegate and selected 'Send meeting requests and responses only to my delegates, not to me'. (e.g., Tools | Options | Delegate).

Can you check your settings under Tools | Options | Delegate ?
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delegate calendatMake sure you select "my delegates only"
 My Delegate Only
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