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Hi - odd.

I have an exchange 2003 environment. When I (or anyother user) sends a calendar invite to specified users, it mysteriously ends up in another users inbox. There are no forwarding rules, on both the exchange or outlook.

There are 70 users on this exchange, both users are in a different OU.. not that that should make a difference, just giving you some background.

This is not with everyone, only 2 or 3 users, and all get copied to this single user mail box. ONLY calendar invites, not mail.

Help!

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Hi jh_007,

They need to check their Outlook delegate settings.

Go into Outlook
Tools > Options

Delegates tab

There's an option "Send meeting requests to my delegates, not to me" - make sure that isn't ticked.

I hope that this helps - let me know if you need any further help.
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Thanks for your help.

I have gone into these options in Outlook. The user is there, together with multiple other users who don't get the forwarding.

The otion 'send meetings...' is no ticked, and in the specific user permissions the "Delegate recieves copied of meeting-related meeages sent to me" is grey'd out. (Also not ticked)

Any other suggestions?

Thanks, James.
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Hi - sorry, other than that or Rules I can't think of anything else that would cause this.

I noticed that you just accepted my answer - is it working now?

If not, I'll ponder about it further.
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