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Calendar Events received by user who was not invited

Posted on 2010-11-17
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When we send a calendar Invite to USER1, USER2 gets the invite as well. This is only when creating a calendar event and inviting USER1 no matter what user creates the invite or from what PC is done From inside and outside the organization USER2 always gets a copy of calendar event sent to USER1.
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by:Jdtuck
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Are there any rules setup in Outlook to forward these invites?
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by:esitech
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Not under the profile I configured on the server for USER1. I will have to remote into USER1 PC and check. I'll get back yo you on this. Thanks!
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Hypercat (Deb) earned 500 total points
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Is User2 set up with Delegate permissions for User1's mailbox? A delegate user will get any calendar invites sent to the main user.
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by:esitech
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Thanks this worked. USER2 had delegates permissions.
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