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Posted on 2006-11-02
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I'm having a strange problem here.  If I send a meeting request to one particular user I they get the request, but it is also sent to another user.  This is a user that no longer works here and has been deleted over 6 months ago, so the sender of the meeting request gets an NDR (below) from this user.  I tried to find any reference to the deleted user in AD, but there is nothing.  The mailbox was purged long ago as well.  I'm guessing at one point the existing user a delegate for the deleted users calendar, but that should have been cleared when the ex-employee's user account was deleted.
This only happens for meeting requests, not for email.
I recreated the deleted user, now the newly created user is getting the meeting requests (no more NDRs anyway).
I'm not sure where else to look.  
Any ideas would be helpful.


Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:  test

      Sent:     10/27/2006 12:09 PM


The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

      Smith, John on 10/27/2006 12:09 PM

            The e-mail account does not exist at the organization this message was sent to.  Check the e-mail address, or contact the recipient directly to find out the correct address.

            <email-server #5.1.1>
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You are facing the issue mentioned in the following article

Members of your organization may receive a non-delivery report if your delegate’s mailbox object is removed from Active Directory before you can remove the delegate in Outlook 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/909638/en-us
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