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Exchange 2003 user created a reoccuring meeting request and has received thousands of confirmations

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I have a small Exchange 2003 environment with about 150 users.  We are in a 2003 AD office.

A user sent out a re-occuring meeting request to quite a few people.  Problem is when users accept, it sends a reply for each day of the meeting.  

He cancelled the meeting, but is still receiving hundreds of meeting accepts every few minutes.


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dud386 earned 500 total points
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Yikes, never seen that one. You might try closing his Outlook > click Start > Run > type: outlook /cleanreminders

This usually helps with corrupt appointments, it may help with the request.

If you want to get the emails out of his inbox immediately, a work around would be to create a rule that checks that message and deletes it after it arrives. This should buy you some time to troubleshoot.
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I just found out that its he is not receiving mulitiple emails in Outlook, but on his Blackberry.  So looks like a Blackberry issue.



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