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Meeting Notices and updates going to wrong people

Posted on 2006-07-11
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Here is the Problem

I have 4 users involved in this

1.      CEO
2.      Secretary
3.      Middle Manager
4.      Peon

When the secretary that has owner rights to CEO’s Mailbox sends out a meeting request, or an update or anything to do with CEO’s Calendar, it automatically sends a copy to Middle Manager and to Peon, whether they are on the list of attendees or not.

I have scoured the active directory exchange settings, and checked all permissions to the calendar and have no clue why these people still get the messages.

Any help would be appreciated.
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The usual cause of that is delegates. Exchange doesn't send messages to another user on its own, there will be a link somewhere.
There was a question earlier in the week where it was caused by another account.

Simon.
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by:hardwyre
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Figured it out, one of the users that was getting invitiations to the meetings had delegates set up in her personal profile.

Problem solved, please close question
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