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Exchange 2007 - User Deleted Recurring Appt and now gets multiple email blasts

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I have a user who deleted a recurring appointment that was created with multiple attendees.  The user selected to delete all occurrences.

Now, the user and all attendees receive the original invitation about 50 times a day and I can't isolate the source.
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In exchange 2010, there are commands you can run to schedule online calendar maintenance. Unfortunately with Exchange 2007, your only option is to do an offline repair using ISINTEG.

Dismount the database, then run the command from the command line:
ISINTEG -S {servername} -TEST alltests -FIX -VERBOSE

You select the dismounted database, and it processes the database - fixing all that is wrong with the world.  It'll take some time, depending on the speed of the disk and size of the database.
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