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Users getting Delay/NDRs when sending calendar invites to external domains

good day,

i have a user that keeps getting delay notifications and eventually gets an NDR when sending an invite from her calendar to an external recipient. the NDR she eventually receives is:

Your message

  To:      user.name@domain.com
  Subject: subject subject

did not reach the following recipient(s):

user.name@domain.com on Sat, 25 Apr 2009 13:13:53 -0400
    Could not deliver the message in the time limit specified.  Please
retry or contact your administrator.
    <mailserver.abc.com #4.4.7>

this only happens when sending invites from her calendar not emails, her emails get there without any issues. any help with this would be great, thank you.

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ITProfessional120Author Commented:
i need to make a correction on this question, the issue comes up when the user sends an update to the original calendar invite.  sprry about that.
1st check that SP1 is installed:
There are some similar issue fixed in SP1:

Also, the email address in this NDR actually the person she sent the invite to?
Or did she send the invite to one user/email address and received this NDR for someone elses email address?

ITProfessional120Author Commented:
yes, the NDR has the name of the person she sent the update to. SP1 in installed.
ITProfessional120Author Commented:
no one ever got back to me on this issue. the issue was more on the recipient's side, there was no need to pursue this matter. thank you all.

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