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Scheduling Meetings in Outlook

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Hi there,

We have SBS server 2003 and we are having an issue at the moment with Outlook whereby when someone send a meeting request to another user when the recipient accepts that meeting request everyone gets an email instead of just the sender.

Is there a way around this to resolve this issue.

BTW everyone uses Outlook 2003

Thanks

Phil
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Which version of Exchange do you use?
Did you create your users with the connect computer wizard? Are they in the SBS OU in AD or at domain level?
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hi there,

They use SBS 2003 and exchange 2003.  I created the users through the wizard yes and all the users are in My Business\users\SBSusers.

Thanks for your reply.

Phil
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What service packs on SBS and Exchange?
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it has SP2 on it and when I went to about in the system manager it was version 6.5.7638.1  

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Do all users have "send as" and "receive as" permissions on other users mail folders?
Sorry to ask so many quetions but I am trying to make this happen on a test server.
Are you running ISA?
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This might be of interest: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=899919
Are you using Outlook 2003  SP2?
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