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exchange 2003 - unexpected entries in outlook calendar

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I have a user who has entries in her outlook calendar which was not created by herself.  I have checked she does not have any delegates in her outlook.  Only herself has full mailbox right to her mailbox.

I have heard mapi editor can do some low level troubleshooting.  Anyone know if that can be used for this problem?  I have checked its documentation but it does not help.

Please advise.

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* Could you reconfirm the access rights on the delegates tab in the Options sub menu in outlook and also in the permissions tab of calendar folder

* Any virus infection suspected??

* Finally was there any attempt to sync any external mobile device with the mailbox?

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by:nav2567
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no delegate at all in the delegate tab.  Permission tab->default, anonymouse has none.
don't think she do not have the up-to-date antivirus signature, and related to mobile device.  But will definitely doublecheck.
Please let me know if you can think of any other possiblities or workaround to get rid of the problem.  I have done a lot of research but have no luck.
Thanks.
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* In Active Directory Users and Computers Snap in, check the users properties and in the "Security" tab see if there anyone has got access permissions on the mailbox

* And if you delete those calendar items that were not created by the user, does it reappear??

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