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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.

Found an article how to change in Outlook:

Go to Outlook>Tools>Options>Delegates and check "My delegates only".  But this is grayed out and Mary is not listed as a delegate.

Is the change made on the Exchange server?  How?
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mrmlondon
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
There is no such option on Exchange server its with Permissions or Delegation options with Outlook

- Rancy
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uescompCommented:
When the user makes an appointment on the calendar or makes changes there are settings within the appointment that need to be adjusted.  Like reminder is set to 15 minutes and so forth.  Its not on exchange its in outlook.
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