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Old 11-22-2011, 08:19 AM
arpr arpr is offline Sending notifications via shared calendar Windows XP Sending notifications via shared calendar Office 2003
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OK so I've had a user come to me at work wanting to do something in Outlook that I have not heard of before and I don't even know if it would be possible.

What she would like to do is have Outlook 2003 email a distribution list when she updates appointments and events in a shared calendar. None of these entries will require attendies.

For example:
Would it be possible to enter an event for the 5th Jan 2012 into a shared calendar (of which she is the owner) reminding them to take down their christmas tree, and then have Outlook 2003 email the DL??

Any ideas/suggestions/VBA code most welcome

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