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Receiving Delivery Status Notification when sending updated calendar entries

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Having an issue where sending out updates to calendar entries to external users results in delivery status notification delay/failure messages.

The initial calendar invite will go out fine, but if you go to edit it and send an update, that is when you receive the DSN message.

Exchange is 2003SP2 running on Win2k3
End users are using outlook 2007
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Question by:gtelnet
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by:EndureKona
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This is a known issue between Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007.

The fix:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938650
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So you don't miss it in the article like I first did.    You need to install the hotfix and then mod the registry:

Hotfix request (very top of the article):
http://support.microsoft.com/hotfix/KBHotfix.aspx?kbnum=938650&kbln=en-us
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by:frieked
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Thanks.... I actually found that hotfix and applied it a couple weeks ago but this seems to happen for ALL external users, not just E2k7.
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Oops, previous comment was me on my other account...
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You applied the hotfix and modified the registry and rebooted?

So far I have done this about six or so times...actually one last night and have to check the results today.   But they are all successfully in resolving.  
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I would check the registry again to ensure you didn't put a extra space.    Or just delete the key you entered and set it back up and maybe reinstall the hotfix.

I will check to see if this was the fix for last night.    Odd that this does not work for you if the case.   Do you have anything between your Exchange server and the internet like a antispam solution?

One Exchange server on your end?
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