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Outlook Meeting Request Being Sent Continually

Posted on 2014-02-01
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I have a customer that developed a big problem today. She is using Outlook 2010 and is on an Exchange Server 2003. The Exchange Server 2003 is for storage and sharing only.

She is getting continual, non-sop bounce messages from a meeting she requested. The bounce message almost implies that she sent it to her gmail account and her Exchange email address.

The weird part is that this meeting request it continually being sent. i.e. her sent items keep growing with this meeting request. It is being sent continually and hence bouncing continually.

Where to I start looking for this "rogue" meeting request that is continually being sent out?
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Is it stuck in her Outbox?
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by:LockDown32
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Nope. Can't really see where it is coming from. Sends about every 5 seconds.
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Is the original meeting request still in her Calendar? If so, can you delete it from the calendar?
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