Meeting requests arent coming through

In the last week or so ive found a couple of users that arent receiving meeting requests in their outlook clients, but after a few mins the requests end up in their calendars and are set as tentative.

They dont have any options in their outlook to auto accept.

Im wondering whether its some kind of corruption on the store?

Has anyone come across this?

Specs below

Exchange 2003 SP2 on Server 2003 SP1 (2 node cluster A/P)
Outlook 2003 SP2
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Mark GalvinManaging Director / Principal ConsultantCommented:
Hi

have you checked delegate permissions?

Thanks
Mark
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Magnus BIT-supportCommented:
Hi,
How long from they are sent until they show up? You wrote "after a few mins"? Do they come in their inbox or directly in the calendar? If you mean to inbox, try deactivating cached mode and see if they come in faster, if they do then you need to look at that function. There are registry keys that can tune up the synch for cached mode so Outlook checks more often for new objects.
If they pop up directly in the calendar, please look at the settings under. Tools > Options > Calendar Options > Resource Scheduling
Hope this helps
 
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