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Exchange Server Outlook schedule confirmation replies going to wrong users

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I have a client with an Exchange 2000 server sp3.  When user A schedules a meeting with user B, and User B accepts.  Users C,D,E,F get responses that user B will attend the meeting.  User B never gets a reply.  Have done a rebuild and searched both MS and Google without any help.

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Scott
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First instinct is delegates on user A.
What did you rebuild?

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I call MS support and they ran me through the isinteg and edbutil.  We have had this issue for some time, so I am re-visiting it for this client.  We spent about 10 hours on the issue once before and decided to table it until today.
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I checked the send on behalf of setting, but overlooked the delegates permissions tab on the user's actual client end.  I went in and she had set the delegates to all of the users on her exchange server.  Unset and we think that the problem is gone.

Thanks for the tip,

Scott
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