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I am keep getting  bounce-back from one user's email even though I am not sending anything to him. is it something to do with calendar
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Is someone else scheduling something that includes you?  That might be one reason.  Another reason would be that someone is sending this person e-mail using your e-mail address as a return address, so you get the bounce even if you didn't send the original.
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