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Phantom user in exchange 2003

Posted on 2006-10-20
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I have a strange problem here with Exchange server 2003…We had a user UserA she hasn’t worked here in months. Her account has been removed and I can find no trace of her anywhere… but if you send a meeting request to UserB (her dad) you get a message back that UserA doesn’t exist, but UserB gets the meeting request and is able to accept it. I have added the alias to my account of UserA so I would get any emails going to her... but the meeting request still returns as undeliverable for UserA.
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That is a delegate problem,

You can get rid of that like this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253557

or, like this

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909638/

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by:rbenov
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It turned out to be a delegate problem...

Thanks Red
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You are most welcome, feel free to close this question now

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