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How to remove Email Address from the "Alert Me" of SharePoint?

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Dear EE experts,

We would like to ask for some tech support regarding SharePoint 2007...
Here's the situation, we have created SPAdmin account for our MOSS Admin & have email as well, then 2 of our ex-colleagues who created an alert to our reservation calendar thing, but we forgot to remove it from the calendar from their PC. Then after they resigned, we removed their profile and change to a new user & their profile were removed from our AD and mailbox as well... The problem is, every time someone will make a reservation on our calendar, there's an email alert to our SPAdmin, it's a bounce back email, an error email, saying that this email can't be send to blahblah@ourdomain.com

Kindly help how to clear that email from our MOSS system...

Thank you!
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Question by:Stiebel Eltron
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Site settings - alerts. Select the user from the drop down. Delete the alert
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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Excellent! Oh my! We forgot MOSS 2007 settings already! lol
Thanks a lot :)
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