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A meeting request is getting cancelled to user A. User B wasn't on the meeting request and has no email account on our server

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How can a user get the message when user B is not on the meeting request and has no email account on our server anymore?
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Delegates most likely. If the account was mail enabled then it could still be hanging around in the delegates setting.

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How do I find the delegates setting?
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It is in Outlook under Options.

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