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Exchange 2003 - Invites to User "A" goes also to User "B" and "C" - how can i fix this?

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hy,

i got a SBS2003 Systems with the following Problem (Probably self created by User "A")

If i send MAILS to User "A" then ONLY User "A" gets his Mail!

If i send (or any other one) invites to Meetings or Events to User "A" then the Users "B" and "C" gets this invitation to the Event or Meeting too.

I use to take a look at the Exchange System Manager and follow my Inviote to User "A"

I get two Results:

The first one looks as if everything is going fine, User "A" gets his invite.

The second one shows me that the Message was delivered to Multiple Receivers (User "B" and "C")

I looked the User "A" Settings all over but didnt find any clue...
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Hello,
i think theres a rule for the User to forward invitation to User B and C. Look at the rules in Outlook or OWA.

Or there is a agency/representation in mailbox of user A.
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