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In sharepoint i have an issue. A user is resigned a month ago and his account is disabled. Now a few days ago i see the sharepoint showing me. "Last modified" with the users name.

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Hi,

In sharepoint i have an issue. A user is resigned a month ago and his account is disabled. Now a few days ago i see the sharepoint showing me. "Last modified" with the users name.
The is not way that can happen. Is there a know issue or is it like some other way we can have the name displayed there.


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Raja
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One thing I can think of is if one of his sites is pulling calendar info from other users or vice versa. This is what shows in Exchange for example, even though the user is disabled.
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Thanks
Can you please explain a little more
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