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Delegate is NOT receiving emails about meetings.

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Hello gang,
My CEO,s admin assist. isn't receiving any of the meeting requests that are sent to him. She used to until about a month ago. I have deleted and reset up the permissions twice noiw. In fact I even added myself and I didn't get any either. This is using Outlook 2003 and Exchange for the server. Thanks a million....Matt
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Greetings, Soccerman55.

Is it just meetings that are affected?

Cheers!
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Yes, email is working great just meeting requests.
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Are the meeting requests marked "private"?
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Not marked private
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He also has gmail set up in his outlook, and when you deny a request it comes from his gmail account which is really wierd. Matt
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As a test can you remove the Gmail account and see what happens?
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I will give that a try.. Thnaks. I will let you know later today...
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Bluedevilfan. I figured it out. It was something I had down in AD. I had forwarded his email to ONLY his gmail account without sending a copy to his mailbox. Checked that box and all is well. Thanks again, I never would have found it without using your advice to blow away his gmail account. Thanks a million....Matt
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You're welcome, Matt.  Glad I could help.
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