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SBS 2003 | Meeting Invitations Going To The Wrong User

Posted on 2010-08-31
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I have a user on SBS2003 that receives emails from the outside just fine.  However, when someone attempts to send her a meeting/calendar request, it goes to a different user.

We have deleted the old user but then the meeting invite comes back as undeliverable (noting the deleted user).  Even though the intended recipient is still on the system.

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Check to make sure there are not rules in place in Outlook, and also check the AD Exchange properties regarding delivery, i.e. are they being forwarded to a non-existent user?
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