Outlook accepted inviation confirmation forwards to other users

Posted on 2009-12-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-08

We have this problem that when a user has their calender invitation accepted in Outlook, a second user will always get a "accepted" confirmation email. This does not happen to anyone else within the company.

Permissions  to mailbox and calenders are not set up any differently to others within the company and we are rather stumped as to what is causing this.

Could anybody help provide any information to us that may help.

Question by:granite03
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    Accepted Solution

    The only thing i can thing of is one single word, delegates.

    It looks like the user that sends the mail thgough has a delegate rule in which it informs the other user of changes in his or her calender.  It might be that you are unable to see them because they are server side.. You can use the following link to start up Outlook with some switches and disable (or delete) all rules on that machine...

    The first i'd try is

    outlook.exe /cleanrules

    Author Closing Comment

    Funnily enough the first try seemed to have fixed it. Thanks you for your help

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