Meeting Forward notices shut down Outlook 2003

I have a user whose Outlook 2003 gives her a "Microsoft Outlook has encountered a problem and needs to close" error every time she receives an email notifying her that someone has forwarded a meeting she scheduled.  She and all of those who are forwarding the meetings have Exchange 2007 mailboxes within our organization and most of the forwards are to mailboxes on other systems. We tried detect and repair on outlook to fix the issue, then rebuilt her computer completely and this continues to happen. Has anyone ever seen this before?
JBurke723Asked:
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kieran_bCommented:
Can you replicate this with another user?

Have you tried creating a new outlook profile?  Have you tried putting the user on another machine to see if the problem follows her?
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JBurke723Author Commented:
I didn't have another user with the issue . . . until the same exact thing happened to me the other day . . .   As far as the first user, we rebuilt her computer completely and this continues to happen.  I haven't yet tried to have her log on somewhere else and see if it still happens, but I'll do that next.
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kieran_bCommented:
If you rebuilt her computer (by which I assume you mean a clean format) then there is no point moving her.  Are you using any third party programs?  Anti-virus?  Anything?
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JBurke723Author Commented:
We use TrendMicro OfficeScan on our desktops, laptops, and servers, plus ScanMail on our exchange 2007 servers. I've also asked the people who are forwarding the meetings what they're using client side. some are using OWA for 2007, some Outlook 2003, and some Outlook 2007, so it seems like it may be an exchange 2007 thing.
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JBurke723Author Commented:
Someone I work with found the fix for this . . . .

For those of you who use Exchange 2007 with Outlook 2003 SP2, you may run into this problem.  The fixes are either to update Outlook with SP3, Install Outlook 2007, or turn off the New Mail Desktop Alert in advanced email options.  This disables  the popup you get on your desktop with a new message also, but it's the only way to make Outlook 2003 SP2 stop shutting down on the meeting forward notices.  Also, I think there's a way to turn off the feature on the server side, but we didn't investigate that one.
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