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Calendar Administration NDR

Posted on 2013-05-14
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We have an Exchange 2003 Environment with several calendars set up for reserving conference rooms. One particular calendar returns NDR's referencing users who are no longer with the company and who's mail accounts no longer exist.

How do I find out who is set up to administer this calendar?
Where do I modify who the calendar is notifying when a request is made?

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:Eddie Crosby
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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How do I find out who is set up to administer this calendar? - Delegation on the Calendar of that Conference room or i would look at "PublicDelegates and PublicDelegatesBL" for this Mailbox using ADSIEDIT (If your aware how to check this)

Where do I modify who the calendar is notifying when a request is made? - Same thing again as above (Delegation in Outlook\Exchange or ADSIEDIT)

- Rancy
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by:Eddie Crosby
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When I look at the properties in ADSI Edit, the "publicdelegates and publicdelegatesBL"  say "not set".
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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So means no delegates so its Outlook rules or Forwarding in User Mailbox properties

- Rancy
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by:Eddie Crosby
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When I track the message associated with the meeting request in system manager, I see where it is being sent to 2 recipients. 1 is an active account. The other is the DN of an account that no longer exists in our system. When I look in the sent items in Outlook for the person requesting the meeting the "to" field is blank. I don't see any rules or forwarding for the requesting user or the calendar. But, the user gets the DNR saying that the email address associated with the user account in the DN doesn't exist. Which is true, it doesn't. But I cannot seem to find out why the message is attempting to go to that user.
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