Whole company getting calendar invite

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
If I invite this one specific user to a calendar event, it goes to the whole company.  It does not matter who invites them, it goes it the whole company.  It also does not matter what computer the invite is sent from either.

No one is a delegate on the receiving users account.  The email does not forward to anyone.  The "Default" permission on the calendar for the user is reviewer.
Question by:brainsurf1
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    Sounds like there may be an ALL STAFF Ghost Delegate on Recipients calendar.

    Go to their Outlook Profile
    Open Tools>Options>Delegates
    If there is no one listed, add Anyone from the global Address list as a delegate
    Givem them reviewer to their calendar, or anything really....

    Close outlook and re-open
    GO back to delegates
    Remove the person you just added.

    close and re-open outlook

    Now send them an invite

    Issue should no longer happen

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