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Disabling notifications for other mailboxes - outlook 2010

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Must admit my users dont quite understand the concept but....

We've got someone whos a PA. As such, they're outlook profile is set up with their user mailbox and the chief exec mailbox. Then the pa uses SEND AS etc.

Trouble is they dont like the fact that they get all calendar notications. Which is how it works.

BUT, is there ANY way to disable this?
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Hi,

here is the same question, so maybe this solution can help you.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/27073514/Is-it-possible-to-disable-desktop-alerts-and-calendar-reminders-for-a-secondary-Exchange-account.html

PS: There is a possibility to disable notification, but that would disable them for chief as well, so possible not a good solution for you.
Set-MailboxCalendarConfiguration -Identity <username> -RemindersEnabled $false

Regards,
Ivan.
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