odd thing with meeting requests

Posted on 2006-04-03
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
2003 server environment.
users using OLK11 create meeting requests with a couple of attendees

for no reason that I can find, distibution group called "admin" receives an invitation to each meeting request without actually being invited.
Question by:carl_legere
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    Accepted Solution

    Delegate somewhere is the usual cause.
    See if you can track down which user being invited triggers the message to the group.

    LVL 18

    Author Comment

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

    will try more isolation to determine who does it
    LVL 18

    Author Comment

    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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