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I have a user who has two delegates set up in Outlook that allows them to review their calendar, etc. I have the "send meeting requests to my delegates" option disabled. Even though this option is disabled, the delegates are still being sent meeting requests. How do I disable this? Thanks!
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Try to disable delegates add-on by going Tools > Options > Other (tab) > Advanced Options.  Uncheck the Delegate Access check box.  Press Ok.  Close Outlook.  Open it back.  Go back and add the Delegate Access again, press Ok.  Add the 2 delegates and make sure that the check is removed from the "Send meeting requests to delegates" box.
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