Outlook 2007 user adds calendar entry and it displays her name as "Sent on Behalf of" We want to stop this

We have a shared mailbox with a shared calendar attached to it. Several users schedule meetings and send it out to the others. One specific user has "Sent on the Behalf of" Calendar name and it shows her username in the process. We are trying to make this calendar generic and do not want her name to show up. I cannot tell if this is something that was set up in Outlook 2007 or Exchange 2007, but I would like to undo it if possible. Can anyone tell me what might be causing this?
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comfortjeaniusCommented:
Did you check your settings How To Remove On Behalf Of In Outlook 2010/2007/2003

If this does not work just post back.

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WORKS2011Managed IT Services, Cyber Security, BackupCommented:
Open EMC / expand Recipient Configuration / Mailbox / Right click user/ calendar / go to 'Manage Send As Permissions' / see if the user name is listed, if so remove.
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