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Employee receiving conference room booking requests, not a delegate

Posted on 2011-09-13
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Odd issue.  I've got an employee that receives conference room booking requests but they are not designated as a delegate for that room.  Check EMC for the room mailbox, no entries.  It is supposed to be a fully automated mailbox.

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Possiblt they are in as a Ghost Delegate,
Or If they are a new employee, or employee thats left and returned with a similar logon ID as a previous employee, it could be getting confused

Open the Calendar for the room
Go to delegate options
Note whos in there and their permissions
Remove All Delegate
Close and re-open outlook
RE-add the delegates

Should resolve the issue


Also possible that they are a delegate for someone else, who has created a booking or been ivited to a bookingin that room
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