Another administrator created an user email account on Exchange 2010 but 5 more persons are receiving emails from this account, I need to remove these users but I can't find where

Another administrator created a user email account on Exchange 2010 but 5 more persons are receiving emails from this account, how can I remove them?
They receive the emails on their personal inbox.
They can't send on behalf of this account.
On Properties->Delivery options are empty
Also, "Manage Send As Permission" and "Manage Full Access Permission", doesn't contain any user
rocio uAsked:
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ecarboneCommented:
Check these 2 things:

1. In Exchange Managemet Console go to Organization Configuration > Hub Transport > Transport Rules and see if there is a rule in here that forwards email.

2. Check the user's Outlook rules. It's possible (at the client level instead of the server level) to write a rule that forwards email to others.

When the other users get copies of the emails, do the subject lines begin with "FW:"?
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ecarboneCommented:
Also confirm, are you sure this email address is not a distribution group? In Exchange Management Console and go to Recipient Configuration > Distribution group and look carefully to make sure the email address does not appear in this list. (If the 'Primary SMTP Address' column is not visible you can display it, then click on that column header to sort by email address; look for your email address).
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rocio uAuthor Commented:
The email is under Mailbox
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rocio uAuthor Commented:
1. In Exchange Managemet Console go to Organization Configuration > Hub Transport > Transport Rules and see if there is a rule in here that forwards email.
Answer: No rules found it

 2. Check the user's Outlook rules. It's possible (at the client level instead of the server level) to write a rule that forwards email to others.
Answer: THERE IS a RULE    Thank you!!!!!

 When the other users get copies of the emails, do the subject lines begin with "FW:"?
answer:  No
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