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Email is attempted to a deleted user account whenever a resource is scheduled in Exchange 2007. Where/How do I remove this account?
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Is this happening for all resource mailboxes? Or only for a specific mailbox?
Check the delegate settings and remove if the deleted user has delegate permission.
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You may need to logon to the account via Web Access using an account that has access to the account.  If you go in the options of the resource you can setup all sorts of different options.  I believe the email address notification is in that area.
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Each of the comments suggested a path of research that resulted in my solution. Thanks for the comments!
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