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Sending a meeting request to one person, and groups wind up getting the invites as well.  We have Exch 2K SP3, Outlook 2K/2003.  I've done research on this but can't find anything that sticks out.  Is it the delegates or something else?  Please help!!  Thanks!

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Hi epuente,

you are correct it is the delegates who get the invites. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HP052421361033.aspx

Hope This helps
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All done. It was the check box in Outlook that needed to be changed to not allow your delegates to receive meeting invites.
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