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Exchange 2010 Shared Calendar Events

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Hi All,

I need to know if there is a way to send a report to Shared Mailbox Manager on deletion of items in a shared calendar? i have a manager that is wondering and i cant seem to find anything, i want it to be automatic, and not using the auditing function, if possible.
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Hi,

Per my knowledge there is no native way you are gonna achieve this.
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Thanks for fast response
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