Users has items being deleted from Calendar

Hi

We have an Exchange 2003 sp2 / Windows 2003 sp2 enviroment.

I have a user who is getting items deleted from her Calendar, i have checked the obvious things like other users permissions on her mailbox / Calendar and they only have reviewer, nobody other than admins have permissions over the object in AD.

The user creates a metting request and then sends it out, then next day its gone. She proved to me in her sent items that the request was sent.

Im out of ideas, anyone else got any.

Thanks

Nick
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B HCommented:
could the user herself be deleting it?

go to the calendar, list view, and see if it's slipping to another year or month

i had an old inactive cell phone get stolen, didnt care, but someone activated it and it still remembered my exchange login - so as they were deleting my calendar entries and contacts, my new phone was showing that, as was outlook...  luckily they added their own contacts to the stolen phone, they hit my outlook and i just printed it and gave it to the cops.

did she have an active-sync enabled phone go missing? :)
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ncomperAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it was a Blackberry issue
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