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Outlook notifications

Have two users Mary and Tom using Outlook.

Mary has access to Tom's calendar.  She sets up and reschedules meetings for Tom.  

Tom receives an email every time she adds or changes something in his calendar.  Tom does not want to receive the emails.  He would rather just check his calendar.

How do you turn that off so he does not receive the email notifications.
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mrmlondon
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krish5musicCommented:
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mrmlondonAuthor Commented:
The link was helpful but not a fix.

It appears Mary is making calendar changes in Tom's calendar.  Tom receives an email From: "Microsoft Outlook On behalf of Mary".

The email states "Your meeting was forwarded

Mary  has forwarded your meeting request to additional recipients."

Tom does not want to see this email.  How do you stop these emails?
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apache09Commented:
Go into Toms Delegate Settings
Under the Delegate Users

Set send Meeting realted messages to MY DELEGATES ONLY
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