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Who added the calendar item

Posted on 2013-06-21
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My boss has on his calendar an item he doesn't know.  His secretary doesn't know either.  How's can we find out who entered the calendar item.  Thx
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Haresh Nikumbh earned 500 total points
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Click Calendar

Change View -> List

Right-Click Header --> Field Chooser

Choose "All Appointment fields" from Dropdown

Search for "Organizer" and drag it to the header as a new column.

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http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/219049-is-it-possible-to-see-who-adds-outlook-2010-calendar-entries
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