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For calendar events that are “all day”, Outlooks gives the default reminder time which wakes people up in the middle of the night when the reminder pops up on their mobile devices. I see there is a fix for exchange 2007 and 2010.

http://www.slipstick.com/exchange/meeting-reminders-are-set-for-the-recipient/

Is there anything like this that can be done for office 365?
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Vasil Michev (MVP) earned 2000 total points
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The fix mentioned in the article is 'server-side', there is no way to apply this in Exchange Online. Instead, you should configure the reminders on the actual event. By default, a reminder for all day event in Outlook is set for "0.5 days before start", and to "None" in OWA. In your case, my guess is that the mobile device is overriding this and causing the issue. Check the device options and configure the notification settings there. "Quiet hours" settings should also work.
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Oh that is great, thanks for your help, I'll take a look!
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