Exchange > Calendar Permissions

Posted on 2009-02-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Have a user who "manages" some calendars for Senior members of the company.  When those Senior members get calendar invitations this person apparently gets copied on the invitations.  So the other day two Senior members got the same calendar invite and this person was CC'ed on it but the sender (outside the company) received a bounce back for the "manager".  This was obvously confusing to the sender as this "manager" was not on the meeting invitation.  Where is this controlled from as it's not necessary for this person to receive these invitations but rather just view and edit calendar info for each person.

Question by:dlabbadia01
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    Accepted Solution

    Outlook Delegates for each mailbox - Tools > Options Delegates tab.

    Author Closing Comment

    I still wanted the user to be able to send on behalf of so I just unchecked the box that said "Delegate receives copies of meeting-related messages sent to me".  This could be very confusing to the sender of the iperson has an OOO reply set up seeing as they aren't on the original invite.

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