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Hello Experts,

Need your inputs on this strange issue that I am facing.

I have 4 exchange 5.5 servers. Users are scattered over them.

One user sends an invite to a couple of users including her manager. When she sends this invite only the manager receives it and the manager also receives it for all the team members. none of the team members get it.
I checked via message tracking and it tells me that the message has been delivered to the recipients.

i have checked the mailbox permissions on the exchange server and they are correct. i will be checking the client side permissions tomorrow morning.

any inputs on this..

Thanks
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Question by:rakeshmiglani
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by:cetomas
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double check delegate permissions on the team members' calendars, as well as folder moderation for the same.

-chad
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by:rakeshmiglani
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Delegate permissions were not present. Recreating the profile resolved the issue..
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