Delegation to mailboxes

We are running Exchange 2003 SP1.  Recently an employee (A) left the organization and the account was disabled.  Now herein lies the problem: this employee (A) was a delegate of another persons mailbox (B) with the 'Send meeting requests and responses...' checked off.  We are not sure how many if any, other secretaries had access to the mailbox of the employee  (A) who left, but one secretary is receiving the meeting requests of the attorney (B) and is not listed as a delegate, so she has to be receiving the requests through another account.  Is there any tool or script that anyone may know of that can be run against employee (A) to determine which or how many mailboxes they were delegates of, or if someone was a delegate of their mailbox?
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To resolve this problem, use the Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store Viewer utility, the MDBView utility, to identify the delegate rules and remove them. The Outlook delegate rules are stored in the Inbox folder.

The delegate rule is an item in the Associated Messages in FLD window, in the CB entry, and has a description of "Schedule + EMS Interface."

To remove delegate rules by using the MDBView utility: 1. Start the MDBView utility, click MAPI_Explicit_PROFILE, and then click OK.
2. Click the profile name of the user whose mailbox contains the delegate rule.
3. On the MDB menu, click Open Message Store. In the Store Display Name pane, click the user's mailbox, and then click Open.
4. On the MDB menu, click Open Root Folder.
5. In the root folder, double-click the Top of Information Store folder.
6. Double-click the Inbox folder.
7. In the Associated message in FLD window, double-click to open each message until you find a message with "Schedule + EMS Interface" in the properties (the bottom window in the dialog).
8. Close this message to return the focus to the list.
9. To delete this message, in the Associated Message In FLD window, click to select the message. In the Operations Available box, click the lpFLD->DeleteMessages(). Click Call Function and then click OK to confirm the deletion. The message is deleted.
If the user had an existing delegate, re-add the delegate.
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The Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store Viewer utility (Mdbvu32.exe) is located on the Exchange 2000 Server Standard Edition and Exchange 2000 Server Enterprise Edition CD-ROM in the Support\Utils\I386 folder. You can run the utility directly from the CD-ROM. Also, you can download the Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store Viewer utility from the following Microsoft Web site:


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frevereAuthor Commented:
downloaded the viewer utility.  Let me follow your instruction and will let you know the results.....
frevereAuthor Commented:
Tool worked great along with the MS TID, but still unable to find the mailbox that this user is a delegate of.  Will have to keep digging until I find where the meeting requests and response are coming from...Thanks for all of your assistance with this.
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