calendaring >> How do I stop the automatic birthday reminders?

by UmViZWNjYQ » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 02:11:02 GMT

These just showed up and I don't want them. I want other reminders obviously
but not all these...


calendaring >> RE: How do I stop the automatic birthday reminders?

by Sm9jZWx5biBGaW9yZWxsbyBbTVZQIC0gT3V0bG9va10 » Thu, 24 Aug 2006 09:08:01 GMT


Don't use the Birthday field on the contact form. Put the contact's birthday
in another field instead, such as the message area on the first tab of the
contact form.

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