Enabling Outlook "out-of-office assistant" always sends a reply to one user.

Why does a particular user receive an auto reply message every time somebody else turns on their Outlook out-of-office assistant?  Workstations are connected to an SBS 2003 server and use either Office 2003 or 2007.  Computer Associates Gateway Security r8.1 is also installed on the server.
jpierluissiAsked:
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CutshallCommented:
Just so I understand this a little better, may I ask:  When user X turns on Out-Of-Office Assistant, user Y gets notified that the person is out-of-office.  Are you saying that X changes but Y does not or Y gets notified every time someone(X) turns on out-of-office?

If this is true than have you checked user Y's permissions?  What groups is user Y in?  Does user Y have admin privileges or Exchange admin privileges?
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jpierluissiAuthor Commented:
When any user (example: S-T-U-V-W-X) turns on their out-of-office assistant user Y will always receive a copy of the out-of-office reply message.  Hope this helps clarify...
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CutshallCommented:
Sounds like that user has Exchange Admin, Enterprise rights and receives notification that way.  Have you verified his memberships?
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jpierluissiAuthor Commented:
User Y is a member of Domain Users and Remote Web Workplace Users only.  Could something within Computer Associates Gateway Security be causing this to happen?
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CutshallCommented:
I've not heard the CA's Gateway security doing anything like this unless it is a rule based on a specific port.
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jpierluissiAuthor Commented:
Sorry, but the problem continues to exist.  And all solutions provided have been checked.
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