odd thing with meeting requests

2003 server environment.
users using OLK11 create meeting requests with a couple of attendees

problem:
for no reason that I can find, distibution group called "admin" receives an invitation to each meeting request without actually being invited.
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carl_legereAsked:
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SembeeCommented:
Delegate somewhere is the usual cause.
See if you can track down which user being invited triggers the message to the group.

Simon.

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carl_legereAuthor Commented:
the admin distibution group only has one user in it, and it's sole pupose is to bounce mail to admin@domain.com out to another external email address.

will try more isolation to determine who does it
carl_legereAuthor Commented:
for some reason the one member group causing this problem was improperly created (by me) as a security group.  Changed type of group to DIST and problem went away.
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