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Users are able to send outbound email, but when creating Outlook 2003 Calendar events, invitations to external recipients are held in Queue, and cannot be released.  Internal Calendar invitation emails are delivered OK.  Using Exchange on 2003 SBS machine.  Any thoughts, or recommendations?  Thank you.  
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