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Hello all, I have a Exchange 2003 server running on a Windows 2003 server. One of our ex-employees created mailbox resources for everyone in the company to use. But the problem is that say I create a calendar invite for user 1, user 2, and user 3 and add the resource bridge 1112, and send it out. Several of our top executives will also get the meeting invite although I did not invite them. At first they just deleted them but now they are getting annoyed. Any suggestions on how to resolve this? The only thing that I see that may cause this, is under Calendar properties, permissions, default and all users are set to author, and then there is another entry for "Executives" set to Editor. Is this why they are automatically getting all the invites as well?
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Is this resource an actual mailbox?  If so, open the mailbox in Outlook and check the Delegates.  Make sure there aren't any users that aren't supposed to be there and that they are not sent to receive meeting requests and responses.
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Yes it is an actual mailbox. Where do I check for delegates?
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Open the mailbox with an Outlook profile.  Click on Tools - Options.  The rightmost tab is the delegate tab.
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