We have a user account "records" created in Exchange 2003 - we have since migrated to 2007. This account is accessed by 4 other users with owner permissions set through the client properties
When a calendar request is sent to this mailbox the requester gets a mail delivery failure from two addresses that no longer exist in our organisation.
Looking at the failure message - a response is sent to 3 addresses two of which do not exist
Delivery has failed to these recipients or distribution lists:
The recipient's e-mail address was not found in the recipient's e-mail system.
i dont know where/how this is going to these non-existant people or even the one address that does exist.
It is possible to send an email to the records mailbox no problem only Calendar appointments get the bounce back errors
have checked "delegate access" " Rules Client & Server" "delivery options under Mail Flow Settings Exchange Management Console".
Where else could this setting be ?
Thanks in advance
- Daniel Thumath