I think I already know the answer but I would like to verify...
I have a user (we'll call her User 1) that has access to another user's (we'll call him User 2) mailbox and calendar. User 1 has User 2's mailbox and calendar set up already in Outlook. So User 1 has their own mailbox/calendar and I went in to User 1's Outlook on their computer, went to their calendar, and used the "Open Calendar - From Address Book" to add User 2's calendar to User 1's Outlook. User 1 can see all of User 2's calendar items (appointments, meetings, etc).
My question: Is there any way to set Outlook to remind User 1 of any of User 2's calendar items? For example, User 2 has a meeting at 2:00 today. User 1 can now see that but is there a way to have that pop up on User 1's computer as a reminder (just like how User 1's reminders pop up on their own computer when Outlook is running)?
Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)