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How to remove Calendar Reminders & Popup Notification in MS Outlook

How to remove Calendar Reminders & Popup Notification in MS Outlook


How to remove Calendar Reminders & Popup Notification in MS Outlook - Most of Us use Microsoft Outlook for messaging purpose same as Gmail, Rediffmail, Yahoo Mail and others. It contains a number of features which might be annoying their users. If you are using latest version of Outlook you may face two crazy features include Calendar remainder and pop up notification. Sometimes this calendar may disturb you especially if your Facebook friends have birthdays, same with the notification pops up several times in a single day.


Don't worry! we have solution related to both calendar reminder and popup notification. One by one we will suggest measures to turn off Outlook calendar reminder and popup notification. How to Turn Off Outlook Calendar remainders? How to turn off Popup Notification feature in Outlook.


Steps to Turn off Outlook Calendar Reminders



  1. Start your Outlook program and click on Calendar. Alternatively, Go to File > Options > Calendar. Then Navigate to Calendar Options, there you will find Default reminders with a drop-down box. The user need to uncheck the box and click Ok. You may set your reminder value and uncheck it so that no need to set value after checking again.

  2. Alternatively, Go to Tasks in Outlook options, where you will get Task Options. Apply uncheck on "Set reminders on tasks with due dates" option.



How to remove Calendar Reminders & Popup Notification in MS Outlook

Steps to Turn off Outlook popup notifications



  1. Launch the Outlook program and open the outlook options window. On left side you will see many options with sub settings. Click on Advanced option and navigate to Reminders. Apply tick on show reminders option there and click Ok to save. However, If you are using window 10 version of Microsoft Outlook then there is no options to remove the notification and reminders as well.

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