Exchange 2010 meeting invite shows up everyday

One of our users has an issue where each day he receives 2 meeting invites from another user.  The meeting requests include:
One or more problems with this meeting were detected and fixed by Exchange 2010.

One or more problems were found in this meeting and fixed. No action is required.

        Problems fixed:
        Meeting Recurrence Pattern

I have tried to delete the reoccuring meeting on the meeting organizer's calendar and resent the invites out but that did not fix this issue. I have also disabled the calendar repair agent for the organizer's account but the user still received the 2 meeting requests again early this morning. Has anyone seen this issue before?
rplfixAsked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Is there a mobile device involved somewhere? This is usually caused by a mobile device, usually one from Apple.

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rplfixAuthor Commented:
We do allow people to connect up with their mobile devices but this particular meeting was deleted from the PC and I personally recreated it in hopes it would fix the issue. I believe the organizer does have an iPhone so would you suggest disconnecting her email account on the phone and then re-establishing it? Would that possibly fix this?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
If the meeting has been deleted then the iPhone would be the usual suspect. Apple have had a lot of problems with calendar entries in recent iOS versions. Remove the account and ensure that the calendar entries on the phone has been removed as well before putting it back.

Simon.
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rplfixAuthor Commented:
OK, I have taken the exchange account off of her iPhone and iPad and put them back on. I will wait to see if it happens again tonight and post back here on Monday after I find out.
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rplfixAuthor Commented:
OK, it seems the issue still exists. Any other ideas?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
You need to use message tracking and other logs, possibly the headers of the message if you can see them, to establish where the request is coming from.

Simon.
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rplfixAuthor Commented:
The fix for this issue was to go back to the original meeting and delete it.
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