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Error: "The following recipient(s) could not be reached" after accepting a appointment, acception is automaticly send to 2 e-mail adresses.

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Hello Experts,

We have a Windows 2003 server with exchange 5.5, outlook 2003
User A is making a appointment in her calander and invites user b and c for a meeting.
User B and C gets the request and accepts (or rejects) her appointment.
User A gets the acceptions in her mailbox.
so far so good.
But
When user b and c sends the acceptions they get also an error:

<<< The following recipient(s) could not be reached: (recipient)  >>>
<<< Email Address does not exist at the organization ...              >>>

It looks like the acceptions are also being send to another e-mail adres.

Does anybody know if there is a way to find out where i can edit the settings, so the acceptions are not being send to the faulty e-mail adres.

Thanks
Michiel
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That is usually a delegate somewhere on one of the accounts. The delegated account has now been deleted.
I would start with User A - see if there are any delegates listed in Outlook.

Simon.
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Thanks, you pushed me in the right direction.

1. Create new user with (unknow recepient values)
2. Go to the user A delegations.
3. create the new delegation with the same values.
4. send appointment, no errors.
5. Delete delegation
6. delete new user.

Thanks
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