Meeting/Task Requests

Any ideas why an employee would be receiving a copy of another person's task and meeting requests?

2003 SBS + Exchange 2003. Client machines running Outlook 2003

When a task or meeting request is made to a specific employee within the company, a copy of these requests are always sent through to another person.
For some reason "send on behalf" was granted to this user. This has been disabled, however the problem is still ocurring.

Any suggestions?

Thanks, Michael
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Check this out in Outlook :
Tools ->Options ->Delegate.
There should be somebody there..
Click on the "autorisations" (well in the french version its written like this :-p)
And just below the calendar in this popup window, there is a checkbox (checked I suppose)
That says : "My delegate recieves a copy of my meetings request".
Just uncheck it. So the delegate won't recieve anycopy of the meeting requests.

Give you your feedback !



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pclocsAuthor Commented:
I forgot about delegates... thank you. It solved the problem.
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