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how do i stop meeting requests of a user from being forwarded to their pa? have removed them as delegates on the user's profile, have also removed them on exchange 2010, but the pa still get the meeting requests...
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Any Outlook rules configured by the end-user\manager mailbox?

Else,
after taking backup of all the rules as .rwz file
try running "outlook /cleanrules","outlook /serverrules", "outlook /clientrules"
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