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Outlook Meeting request acknowledgements going to wrong user

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I have a client at an office that uses Outlook 2007. When they send a meeting request from Outlook to bot internal and external users he gets the responses and that part seems to work fine, yet another user in his office (not invited to the meeting) gets the acknowledgments as well. I can't figure out why the other user is getting those acknowledgments.
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by:ketanaagja
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Did you check the invites on whom the invitation is being sent? does it having any group email ID from which the user is receiving the invitation who is not intended to receive such meeting invitation.
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by:Amitkumar Panchal
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Kindly check that your client has configured in his outlook an another user as his delegate by accessing Tools --> Options --> Delegates.
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by:Axis52401
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No the invitations don't go to any group mailing lists that this other user is a part of. And there is no one listed under Delegates.
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check if you have enabled mail forwarding on any users mail whose email client is automatically forwarding the email to undesired user.
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by:Axis52401
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I don't have any mail forwarding set up. On the user that originates the meetings I do have his calendar shared to several users but none of them are getting these meeting acknowledgments.
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Did you try re-installing Office 2007 on meeting owner's PC?
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I haven't tried reinstalling Office on his PC. I'll give that a try
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