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how to track changes to your calendar made by others

Posted on 2014-10-09
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Hi all,

I have recently run into a very negative situation at work. I have been forced and I do mean kicking and screaming, to give a Jr. Engineer full access to my calendar. This is not a person anyone wants to have access to anything that you can not track what that do.

Example in case, he forgot to put a date in my calendar yesterday and added it 45 min after the start time. I can not find anyway to see when and who entered the appointment. I need a way to prove this or my resignation will be soon in hand as I will not work with anyone like this with the ability to get my @55 chewed out and I can't prove anything.

If anyone out there can help me I would be very grateful.

Sincerely
ME
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Assuming you don't want to turn on journaling or access the exchange database.  Try adding the developer menu in Outlook, then look at the date field properties.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/ewan/archive/2008/04/21/tip-for-finding-when-an-appointment-was-created.aspx
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Thank you so very much. I have been at odds here at work for a while and now I can actually cover my rear.

The only thing I did not see was who created or modified the information. Not sure that is 100% necessary, but would be nice if anyone else knows if there is a way to see that information.
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