Deleted AD user still is a part of calendar requests in Outlook?

Posted on 2006-05-03
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hello all,

I have a weird problem. We had a user in Active Directory that was deleted 6 months ago. I have done searches through AD with this individuals name and it comes back with nothing everytime. However, when other users in the network schedule meetings through their calendar to other users in the domain, they always get a return email saying there is no valid email account for the deleted user? They did not add that user in the attendee field or anything. Does anybody know how I can find the ghost of this user in AD and remove him?
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