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Delegate can't get meeting request and response mail

Hello,

I'm a user of Office365 with Outlook 2010 client.
I have user A delegates user B (Rae) to user A's calendar, but for some reasons when someone sent User A a meeting request, user B (Rae) does not get the meeting request email. The same when user B (Rae) sent user C a meeting request on user A's behalf, and when user C accepted and sent the response to the meeting request, user B (Rae) does not get the email.

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I think you can try by increasing the permission level to publishing editor or something
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I'll try that, but does anyone have any other suggestions?
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I increasing the permission level to publishing editor, but didn't work.
Any Pros out there, please help......
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I just found out that,  the problem only happened right after Microsoft changed from BPOS to Office365.
I was working fine before.
I think you better raise a case with MS to find out what changes are expected, and try removing every permission and delegate setting and set again..
What Plan did you get with Office 365?
hello Paul-AC,

Do you happen to have a P plan where you get exchange lync and sharepoint for $6 a mailbox?  I ask because I had a client with a similar issue and it was resolved when I changed there nameservers to the office 365 nameservers which can only be done with a P plan.  If you have the option to use the office 365 name servers I would strongly suggest you use them,  everything tends to work better.  Then you could add an A record and Cname record to the website so that could stay where it is.
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We have Microsoft Office 365 Plan E1
Is this user or any of the involved users using Excahnge Online Kiosk?
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the problem is with all users that got migrated from BPOS to Office365.
If I create a new user, then there is no problem.
so something that didn't go right during the migration.
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Microsoft is looking into the problem, will update you.....
Thanks
did MS ever help you out with this issue?  I personally think its a bug right now, but they wont  say that
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ok so i was completly correct, and you gave me partial points and a C for a grade!?  what else could I have done? It was a bug at the datacenter and you gave the lowest grade??
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I will raise a request to have the question re-opened for re-closing
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Sorry, I didn't know how the grade worked until now. Will not happen again next time.
I do apologized.