I do not quite understand what you mean by using a macro. Using Exchange 365 is not an option for us. The problem is that when a user sends an invitation without a reminder (set to none). And the receiver also has the standard reminder disabled (set to none and disabled under the options in...
I am trying to execute the
"Set-CalendarNotification -Identity "mn02" -MeetingReminderNotification $false"
command (where mn02 is an username) but I get the following error:
The operation couldn't be performed because object 'mn02' couldn't be found on 'ourserver)'.
Thank you for your answer! We are using an on-premise Exchange. I already tried only changing it on the recipients side. And tried a lot of other ways. Unfortunately this does not work. I believe this is a bug, because it seams that Outlook (2007) cannot override the settings in the Exchange...
This seems to be the solution. I have not yet tested it.
Thank you for the question. This you need to do on both ends. You set this none in outlook. you also need to set this in exchange server using the below command.
Set-CalendarNotification username -MeetingReminderNotification...