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Calendar invitations sent to wrong users

Posted on 2010-09-14
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We have an internal issue on our network that is affecting one users calendar, when they create appointments and invite one other person, every other person in the company also gets invites and responses, even if they arent invited.

The calendar is not shared and only has default permissions set.

We are using SBS 2008 with Exchange 2007 SP3

Any help on what could be causing this would be great!
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Question by:Powerhousecomputing
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by:Mkris9
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how about delegates ? If user 2 has a distribution group that has everyone else in the company as members and the calendar delegated to that group. then when user 1 sends an invite to user 2, it might happen.
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by:Powerhousecomputing
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Having a mind blank.. How do I go about checking that?
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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goto outlook/options/delegates on that particular user and check
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by:Powerhousecomputing
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Checked that, the user has no delegates set up and has had no delegates set up in the past. I also checked that his account doesnt share any email addresses with any distribution groups which it doesnt.
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by:Powerhousecomputing
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Turns out it was a delegate on the user being sent the inviation, he uses mac mail so it may have different default options for delegates, I had to log on to a windows machine with his account and under delegates remove the option to 'send meeting replies to my delegates'
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by:Powerhousecomputing
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Accepting as solution as I was pointed in the right direction to start looking at delegates.
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