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User always gets cc'd for meeting responses

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One user is booking meetings via his own personal calendar in which he invites whomever needs to attend. Whenever someone responds to his invite (doesn't matter who) Another "user" gets cc'd on it . (this other "user" was never even invited in the first place!!!) Is this because someone has given this "uninvited user" access to their personal calendar -If so, can I somehow easily find out who so that is and them remove it??
 
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next time the users gets an invite, go to the meeting details and see to originated the meeting.  Then check to see if they are assigned as a delegate.  If they have recently been upgraded to Outlook 2000, this may not be visible anymore so you may need to actually add them as a delegate and then remove them.  Outlook 2000 has eliminated some of the permission fields and no longer display information that is actually in place.

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