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    Appointment setter (2003)

    We are using Outlook 2003 and Exchange and some attorneys may have multiple secretaries/paralegals with permission to their calendar. Is there any way the attorney can tell who set a particular appointment for him/her?

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    Re: Appointment setter (2003)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by jscher2000 on 22-Mar-05 12:23. )</P>I don't see a built-in field for this in a quick check. I opened an appointment and used Tools>Forms>Design This Form, then click on the All Fields tab, and chose All Appointment Fields. The Organizer was the only thing that seemed to name a person. Oh wait, under All Mail Fields, there is a field called "Changed By" which lists my name (I was the one who created this appointment). Hmmm... must test this out a bit.

    Added: When a delegate adds an appointment to my calendar, she is listed as the Organizer. This is not clear from the Scheduling tab, which has the Organizer icon next to my name as an attendee. Probably a macro will be required to display the information. Or a custom form.

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