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Mac Calendars?

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Hello

I have a customer who shares a Mac iCloud account with her boss as she is his assistant and needs access to his Calendars.  She is trying to figure out how to set up a separate calendar on her Mac (10.7.x) that will email her reminders but NOT to her boss.  

Is there method of emailing herself messages and reminders into the future? Or is this something that perhaps Google Calendar could do?

Any input here would be very much appreciated.

Thanks.
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If she just clicks on a calendar item and chooses Edit, then change "alert - none" to "alert - E-mail", it will give her a choice of e-mail addresses to send the alert to. She then need only choose her own e-mail address.
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separate accounts are always a good idea here.  I suggest either using separate accounts or using more than one calendar like one work and one home could also accomplish the task.

Google calendar would be a way better way to handle sharing information between two separate calendars though.

These are iDevices not we Devices and are intended for one person to each account.
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Simple and to the point. Thanks!
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