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Calendar invitation issues

Hi Experts,

I got a weird issue.
We are running Exchange 2010. I have 350 users configured.

When person A sends an invitation to person B.  Person B receives this invitation, but also person A!  When I open the invitation at person A, the mail is like, that person A sended to himself.

This only happends when people sends invitations to person B, and only person A and person B receives this invitation. (normal only person B receives the invitation and not person A)

The weird is, they don't have full permissions on each mailbox.  They only have editor permissions on the calendar of eachother.

Sorry for my english, I hope you understand it.

Person A uses a mac with imap, and webmail.  Person B uses outlook 2010.  And the rest of the users are outlook 2010 users.
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trivin
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apache09Commented:
Sounds like Person B may have Person A added as a delegate and set to receive copies of meeting related messages.

I would check both Person A and Person B's Delegate Settings.

And anyone else's Delegate settings who may have been in the Meeting Invite

If you dont see A or B listed as a Delegate, its possible they could still be in there as a Ghost Delegate.
To fix this just add anyone as a Delegate, CLose and reopen Outlook, and remove that person you just added.
Close and reopen outlook

Doing this resets the Delegate Cache.

If the above doesnt resolve the issue, this could also occure from a rule, possibly corrupt, being setup by one of the users

Check both of their rules.
If eigther one doesnt have many rules setup

I would note down the current rules and details
CLose Outlook and re-open using
Start>Run>Outlook.exe /cleanrules

Then go back and re-add the rules for each user
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trivinAuthor Commented:
Ok, I gonna check that tomorrow! Thanks man.
Let's try what you suggest.
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trivinAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that did the fix!
The delegates were empty.
But I added a user, and removed it again, like you suggested, that was the solution.

Like you said, a ghost delegate.

Thanks!
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