I receive all calendar invites for another user

Hi Experts,
I keep on receiving all the calendar invites that are made for another user on my exchange organization. I cannot figure why and it becomes anoying as it puts the appointements in my calendar.
This is not making any changes in the user calendar.
Does anyone knows how I could sort this out? It only happens for calendar entries
I am the admin of the exchange org.
Thank you
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dlan75Asked:
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coolsport00Commented:
"dlan75", are you a delegate, or is the other user a delegate for you? To check, open Outlook -> Tools -> Options -> Delegates tab. If so, UNCHECK "Delegate recieves copies of meeting-related messages...".

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~coolsport00
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Joseph DalyCommented:
It sounds like you may be a delegate for them. If this is the case they most likely have the option so that delegates receive copies of meeting invitations. You will need to have this setting changed on their machine.

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SubsunCommented:
Your account might have added as a delegate that user? Check his/her outlook profile and verify the delegate permissions.
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florin_sCommented:
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Since you are the admin for the exchange organization use that account to set up the persons mail profile you are receiving the calendar reminders for. This can be done in control panel, mail.

Once in their account go to tools, options, delegates, if you see yourself there click permissions. Under there you should see a check box for delegate recieves meeting reminders.
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dlan75Author Commented:
Hi,
Nope, no delegates !
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SubsunCommented:
run Outlook /Cleanrules and open the user profile and see if the issue persists.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826964

Note : your need to backup outlook rules before running this command
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SubsunCommented:
Also check that users mailbox send and if you have allowed the send on behalf permission then remove it
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dlan75Author Commented:
Nope still doing the same
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SubsunCommented:
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dlan75Author Commented:
Hi Subsun,
I tryed your solution but mdbview gives me an error : ip session open message store ?? 8004011D
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SubsunCommented:

Have you configured the outlook profile the user where you are running mdbview? If you are using your credentials then you should have full access on user mailbox.
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dlan75Author Commented:
yes I am using an admin account
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SubsunCommented:
What is your exchange and outlook version?
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SubsunCommented:
Are you able to access own mailbox using mdbview?
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dlan75Author Commented:
Exchange 2K3 outlook 2K3 or 2K7 (I'm running mdbview on the server without outlook, is outlook needed for mdbview?)
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SubsunCommented:
Yes.. run it in your local PC to access the mailbox.
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SubsunCommented:
Configure user outlook profile and then run mdbview select the profile of user and follow the instructions from MS KB.
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dlan75Author Commented:
ok will try tomorrow if I can, will let you know
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dlan75Author Commented:
Nope no changes !
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SubsunCommented:
This is weird&
User A sends a meeting request to user B and user C receives it, In this scenario you need to do the above process in "user B"'s outlook profile.. Are we in same page?

If yes... are the meetings sent to multiple users?
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dlan75Author Commented:
Hi,
Sorry for the delay
Nothing changed ! I rechecked everything but it still does the same
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SubsunCommented:
I will ask you the same question.. :-)

User A sends a meeting request to user B and user C receives it, In this scenario you need to do the above process in "user B"'s outlook profile.. Are we in same page?
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dlan75Author Commented:
sorry I did that but still user C receives invites for user B
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SubsunCommented:
Does user B have any delegate?
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dlan75Author Commented:
no
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SubsunCommented:
Ok.. Try the resolution from following KB's and let me know the status. (first try 924297 & if it is not working then 312433)

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/924297 
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312433 
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dlan75Author Commented:
Hi sorry for the delay, didn't see the last post !
I will try tomorrow !
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