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Outlook 2013 Notifications will not go away

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I upgraded my MS Office Standard 2010 to Office Standard 2013.  I now receive 2 e-mail desktop notifications for each incoming e-mail (see attached).  I'm using Windows 7.  I turned off the desktop notification in Outlook, but I still receive one notification (one in back of the attached pic).  Is there a registry setting or other setting so I can change to disable this notification?
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I found it.  It’s an add-in I installed for better Calendar viewing with outlook 2013.  I like the calendar feature, and fortunately, you can turn off the notification.

http://outlook2013addin.codeplex.com/
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