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Outlook meeting request item being resent over and over

Posted on 2012-03-30
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Hi all: we have a person that declined a meeting request and the decline notification is being resent over and over again to the group recipients.  Any ideas on how to kill this?
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Need to check teh persons Outbox who sent the initial decline as this is where the repeat messages would be comming from

Need to also check that they have the latest Microsoft Office Updates as there are services packs available to resolved known issues with meeting responses getting stuck in outlook

If Using

Office 2010 = SP1
Office 2007 = SP3
Office 2003 = SP3
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by:blugirl
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Dlipshaw, did you have any luck resolving this?  We're currently experiencing the same thing with one of our users.  Their Outbox is empty in Outlook 2003 & on their iPhone.
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