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User gets failure notice on former employee when emailing group.

Posted on 2009-07-15
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We have one user that, when they email a specific group from either their Blackberry or their internal email, it gives them a failure notice for a former employee since their account no longer exists.  We've dug around on his PC and also on the Exchange server and AD, but can't find a thing on it.  No other user gets this when emailing that same group.  I'd say it's the guy's PC, but he got a Blackberry a few weeks ago and it does it, too.  Thanks ahead of time for any ideas/help!
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My guess is that one of the people in the group that is being emailed have this former employee as a delegate.  I've seen this happen several times.

Take a look at who may possibly have this person as a delegate and check their Outlook.

Click Tools / Options / Delegates
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The SEO of one of the markets we're in used to have a lady delegated on his email.  I'll check that when he comes back in the office (hopefully after lunch today).  We've thought it was his account that was triggering it.  I'll post when we know more.  Thanks!
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Sweet.  That was it.  Removed it.  All is well.
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