I can't delete responses to meeting requests from my inbox (Outlook 2007)

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I can't delete responses to meeting requests from my inbox on Outlook 2007. We are running an Exchange 2008 R Enterprise server. I'm able to delete emails with out a problem.

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Magnus BIT-supportCommented:
Try delete it from OWA or if that doesn't do it, try edit it and then delete it.

Sounds like the OST may be corrupt

Go into account settings
Under Exchange Server, remove the tick, use cached exchange mode
Restart Outlook

1st look to see if its still there
If it is, then try to delete it
jmerullaAuthor Commented:
Madjax, I tried to delete from OWA and it gwon't delete it. I get the error message "some items can't be ddeleted. They were moved or alrerady deleted or access was denied."

apache09, we do not use chches exchange mode.

Any other ideas?

Magnus BIT-supportCommented:

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jmerullaAuthor Commented:
Hi Madjax,

I'll give it a shot and let you know.

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