how to locate orphaned delegate for calendar

Appear to have an orphaned user attached to a room resource. Everytime a particular user attempts to book this room (only this room and only this user) exchange attempts to notify a user that has been delete from system
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apache09Commented:
1st thing 1st.
Not sure what version of Outlook/Office you are using, but make sure they all have the latest SP installed:

2003=sp3
2007=sp3
2010=sp1


then  pay to check that when the particular user in inviting the room, they are only inviting the room to get the NDR from the ex-staff Member

Just check the last email they sent, for the details of teh recipients if more than just the room was invited.

Once done, you will need to go to each inidivual users PC.
If a Meeting Room, Open this room in an outlook profile as you would a normal user

Open their outlook and go to their delegate settings.
You may see the delegate still listed here.
If they are just delete them

You may see a string of characters
If you do just delete it

If you dont see the user, or if there are no delegates listed.
Its likely you have a ghost delegate here

Note down all the delegates and their settings
Then delete all of them
Close and re-open outlook
Re-add all the delegates

Should be okay

If there are no delegate listed
Pick anyone from the GAL to be a delegate, give the read permissions to anything
Close and reopen outlook
go back to delegates and remove this tempoary delegate

Close and reopen outlook, all should be okay a doing eigther of the above will reset the delegate cache and shold removed the Ghost Delegate
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