If you’re using an Outlook email account, you’ve probably noticed that a bunch of events will appear automatically in your calendar from the emails you receive.
This is part of a feature in Outlook that scans your emails, and based on the content events get auto-generated in you calendar. It’s a useful feature, but if you’re a person who receives a lot of emails every day, you may end up with many worthless events cluttering your calendar online and in the Mail and Calendar app on Windows 10.
Although it’s feature that comes enabled by default, if you don’t want an event to be created out of every email you receive, you can disable this feature.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to change your Outlook email account settings to disable automatic events in your calendar from emails.
How to manage events from emails settings in Outlook.com
Use the steps to prevent Outlook from adding events automatically to your calendar:
Open your Outlook.com account.
Click the Settings (gear) button in the top-right.
Click the View all Outlook settings option at the bottom of the pane.
On the left pane, click on Calendar.
On the right pane, click on Calendar in email.
Use the drop-down menus and select the Only show event summaries in email option to stop automatic calendar events.
Click the Save button.
Once you complete the steps, repeat the same steps for the accounts you want stop adding events to your calendar, and any events already added to your calendar will disappear from Outlook and from the Mail app on Windows 10.