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Posted on 2011-03-17
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This one is crazy, before I dig in, I thought I'd see if anyone else had run across this.  When we set up an appointment in Exchange 2003 and invite attendess, all of them get the invite, regardless if they are internal or external addresses. The problem comes when the meeting organizer makes a change to the meeting; for some reason, all internal users get the update notification, but the notifications to any exteranl users get stuck in the outbound queue and just sit there.  Why would only update notifications get stuck?

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by:Akhater
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go to the queues where it is stuck and check the last error status of the email
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A meeting update message or a meeting cancellation message from an Exchange 2003 user is not delivered to an Exchange 2007 user
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/938650
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Akhater - how do I check the last error status of each email?  Where do I look for that?
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by:Akhater
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Go to the queue were the emails sits and check on the left side the should be a column last error

Share a screenshot if possible
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by:tmckinney01
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I go to the Exchange System Manager, and go to Queues.  There is nothing there at all that references "Last Error".  Can you post a screen shot of where you are seeing this?
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by:Akhater
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you are saying that the emails just sit in the queue ... in which queue ? what status ?

sorry i don't have 2003 now to show you can you share a screen shot about your messages stuck in the queue ?

find the message in the queue and double click on it and post another screen shot
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