a meeting request and notification of acceptance

I have a meeting request and notification of acceptance that is cycling over and over.  I have deleted the meeting and so has the recipient, yet I keep getting a response.

See below image.  This is just this morning’s notifications, I have deleted about 100 from last week already.
 Files keep comming
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apache09Commented:
Might check that both Outlook clients do not have cached exchange mode on
If it is, turn it off.
Rename or Delete the OST

Once done, If Cached Exchange mode is actaully needed (i.e. Laptop Users or Locations with Network Connectivity issues) you can turn it back on. A new OST will be created with only the current info

Need to also check to see if eigther user, LIkely the one who responded, is using a Mobile DEvice to Sync to outlook. POssible this device is responsible for the continued acceptance notifications

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cc-mainAuthor Commented:
My client that "sent" the meeting request is using POP/SMTP, but I am not sure if Exchange is involved at the other end. I will check it out in the morning and report back to you regarding the rest...

Thank you for your reply....

Nick

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cc-mainAuthor Commented:
One more thought here that may help, if the message is actually sent by recipients mobile, should not my clients notebook also receive (and his blackberry) this message. Why just on his desktop? I have even created his same account on my notebook, and I get his normal mail, but that “rogue” message does not come to me, but it does appears as new unread message on his desktop Outlook, dated September 27th12:21PM. Since I send in my question to Exchange, I have about 150 more of them.

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cc-mainAuthor Commented:
It was a "sync" issue with ISP provider. They did not provide the deatails but it is fixed.

Thank you for your help.

Nick
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cc-mainAuthor Commented:
Thank you....
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