Is there any way possible in Outlook 2010 that when someone deletes an appointment in the calendar the delegates will be notified?
We tried having the person that deleted the item to be considerate and email their admin/delegate but the person deleting the message would forget to let the admin/delegate know.
I need to find out if this can be automated somehow or if I can create a rule for this to be done automatically once the appointment has been deleted an email gets triggered to the admin/ delegate.
I work in a large medical center and the Physicians/Clinicians are constantly deleting appointments and then not letting the delegates know about it. The Physicians/Clinicians are also (at times) stating appointments are being deleted that they did not delete. The admins would really love some type of tracking on this to show they didn't (or did) delete the appointment or who did delete it.
And just as a side note - checking the deleted items is not really an option since there is no notice as to when this is happening and the deleted items (along with the pc) is automated for a weekly cleaning.
Thank you in advance for any assistance with this issue.
Software/Hardware used: Windows 7 Professional, MS Office 2010, Outlook 2010
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