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Posted on 2006-07-01
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Problem:  I have exchange 2k3 (sp2) running on Win2k (SP4).  If user A sends a meeting request to user B, both user B and user C receive the request in their inbox.User C is a delegate for user B.

I have off-line defrag'd, repaired, integrity checked the exchange MDBs all day and the problem still exists.  I have removed the delegate status for User C as well.  It is only scheduling invitations that are being replicated to user C.
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That's part of the delegate concept. The delegate is usually an assistant for the person, and is entrusted to manage their calendar, so they need to know when a meeting request comes in. User B and C need to come to an informal agreement about how the delegation will work -- should User C always manage the calendar, or only when they know User B isn't accessing their email.
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