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Stopping shared calendar reminders in Outlook 2007 / SBS 2011

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Since installing our SBS 2011 (we used to run an SBS 2003) users receive reminders for their colleagues with whom they share a calendar. Is it possible to turn off reminder notifications for a shared calendar only whilst leaving reminders on for the local user’s calendar? All users are on Office 2007.
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Perhaps you add the calendar as extra mailbox. Then you can disable it under options...
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