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How do I get a meeting request to show up in my inbox, Outlook 2003.

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I am running Exchange 2003 SP2 and Oulook 2003 client.  One of my users do not receive calendar meeting requests in her inbox.  All meeting requests go streight to her calendar.  She did not setup any rules either.
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Open Outlook 2003 on her computer

Goto Tools --> Options
Click Calendar Options...
Click Resource Scheduling...
Verify that "Automaticaly accespt meeting requests and process cancellations" is not checked.
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Thanks - That did it.
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