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Posted on 2007-12-02
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We have small business 2003 server with exchange and recently when sending out meeting makers a person who has not been invited to the meeting receives the email. when I check the original email the persons email address is no where to be found. What is going wrong and how can I track this?
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More than likely there is an old Delegate assignment configured Outlook.  Check for that in Tools > Options > Delegate Tab.

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For whom...the person sending or receiving?
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It could be either, but usually it's one of the recipients/invitees that has the errant delegate configured.  (Or it could be a valid delegate configuration if they wanted this other person to receive the meeting notice).

The other way that wrong users get meeting notices is if there is a Distribution Group which has the same email alias as the user.  But this is rare.

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