How to stop Outlook Calendar email notifications

If you are receiving too many reminder emails about your Calendar events in Outlook, you might want to disable these Calendar Email Notifications in Outlook on your Windows PC. This post will show you how you can turn off Outlook Calendar reminders and popup notifications and stop the birthday email notifications about your Calendar birthdays or events in your Outlook Mail client. The emails received are usually in this format:

Stop Outlook Calendar email notifications

To stop receiving emails from Outlook Calendar, open your Microsoft Outlook email client and click on the File tab in the top left corner. Click on the Options link next, to open the following Outlook Options box.

disable Calendar Email Notification in Outlook

Now from the left side select the Calendar tab. Under Calendar options, you will see a Default reminders checkbox. Uncheck the checkbox and click on OK.

Next, click on the Advanced tab, and uncheck Show reminders. Click OK.

Restart Outlook for the settings to take effect.

If you receive a daily email agenda for calendars and task do the following.

Click here to visit the Calendar settings in your Outlook.com web app.

Under Options > Calendar > Reminders, you will see a checkbox against Get a daily email agenda for calendars and task. Make sure that this check box is unchecked. Save and exit.

If you wish, you can turn off  Birthday Calendar as follows.

Hope this works for you.

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