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    Exchange 2003 SP2 on Windows 2003 SP2

    Have one user that seems to get everyone else's meeting requests even though she is not addressed on them. I have checked and I don't see her as a delegate for anyone. I even went so far as to run a script I found that shows who is a delegate and she is not listed for anyone.

    Is there some other way I can find out where she might be listed or how come she is getting other people's meeting requests?

  • #2
    Re: One person getting meeting requests not for her

    Was this user ever a delegate of any other user?

    I ran into a problem like this where a former delegate was receiving a copy of the meeting invites that were received by the person who had made her a delegate, even though she was no longer a delegate.

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    • #3
      Re: One person getting meeting requests not for her

      As already indicated, this is usually caused by a delegate issue.
      You need to look for delegates. If the user was ever a delegate then you need to reset the delegates system as they don't always remove correctly.

      Remove any current delegates from the user who is Sending the messages.
      Add a new user to the list of delegates and wait about 30 minutes for that information to be published to the server.
      Then remove the delegates from the client and wait 30 minutes for that information to be published.

      That will flush the delegates out of the server.

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      • #4
        Re: One person getting meeting requests not for her

        What I had to do in my situation was use Microsoft's MAPI editor, called MFCMAPI.

        Available here:
        http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...8-1E21ABB3AE37

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