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user is mistakenly receiving appointment invites directed to another account

Posted on 2008-10-13
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We have an issue where one user is mistakenly receiving appointment invites directed to another user.

Example, Joe B sends an appointment invite to Sally G, however Nora E gets the invite as well.

Nora E does not have any rights to Sally G's mailbox or calender, so when she tries to respond, she gets a "you do not have sufficient priviledges blah blah"

There are no forwards setup in their AD profiles. This only seems to affect the afflicted user (Nora E). It does not matter what user sends the invite (Joe B or anyone else in the organization).
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by:NutrientMS
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Check Sally G's delegates in Outlook.

Tools -> Options -> Deletegates

There is an option in here for Nora to receive a copy of Meeting Requests sent to Sally.

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by:mbsadmin1
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Thanks for that,

Sally does indeed have a few delgates, however none of them is Nora. further, none of those delegates have Nora listed as a delegate.
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Does anyone else have any ideas?
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