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Someone would like to disable the outlook notification when she transfert un meeting. She have her boss's calendar with delegation and when she does any modification (transfert a meeting) her boss receive a notification. Is is possible to disable the notification ?

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they Have Office 2007 Professionnal with Windows 7
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The Tools, Options, Delegates My delegates only bullet doesnt work?
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