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Exchange 2010 User who is not a Delegate receiving meeting request approvals for room mb.

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I have a user who is receiving meeting request approvals on behalf of a room mb any time someone scheduled a meeting in that room. The user is not in the delegates list.

Where else would this be configured.
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Question by:Gary Dewrell
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Check the Forwarders or create a Outlook profile for that room mailbox and ensure no Rules created

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Nope but I found it. I had to enable the account in AD, login to it with outlook, and modify the delegates there.
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Give you the points anyway for being first to answer.
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