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When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exsista... - 20.Nov.2008 5:02:01 AM   
martin.llewellyn

 

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In Exchange 2007 i have a user that is recieving undeliverable messages when people invite her to a calendar appoitment from 2 users that havent been with the company for years,

I have searched through everything server side and cannot find no mention of them and also have been on local machine to check of any rules or groups that are setup and also have set up a new profile but the same error still occurs.

If anyone could give me some pointers on this would be much appriciated.

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Martin

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RE: When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exs... - 20.Nov.2008 5:07:10 AM   
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Under such circumstance I would check only two places.

1) Check delegates of the user whom you are sending to in OL - since this permission is saved in mailbox and the delegate information in AD - so if you change machine or OL profile, it would follow everywhere.

2) Check for forwarding option in ADUC - properties of the concerned user.

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RE: When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exs... - 20.Nov.2008 6:48:28 AM   
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1) Check delegates of the user whom you are sending to in OL - since this permission is saved in mailbox and the delegate information in AD - so if you change machine or OL profile, it would follow everywhere.

I have checked this and the users are not in any of the delegates or forwarding lists.

2) Check for forwarding option in ADUC - properties of the concerned user.

There is nothing in the forwarding options either.

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RE: When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exs... - 20.Nov.2008 6:58:26 AM   
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Well in that case take a ldp dump or search within attributes using ADSIEDIT Tool for this user and the affected ones to see if there is a co-relationship.

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RE: When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exs... - 20.Nov.2008 7:21:46 AM   
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Everything looks spot on in there too - no attributes even relating to the two users that the error is coming back from - its a puzzler!

Its fine with the e-mail its just the calendar part which makes it very strange.

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RE: When sending to one user bounce back from 2 non-exs... - 1.Sep.2009 4:12:18 PM   
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This issue may have been fixed ages ago but just incase..

When you checked Outlook's permissions, did you just look at the permissions for the mailbox or did you also specifically check the permissions of the person's calendar too? A user can grant someone else access to their calendar and you won't see any hint about that access when you look at the permissions of the mailbox. We had the same problem happen here. Anytime someone invited PersonA to a meeting, they would get a message back that PersonB (who had been PersonA's assistant and who left last year for another job) did not have a valid mailbox. It turned out that PersonA gave PersonB permission to just their calendar.

Check the permissions of the person's calendar and see if that's where those long-gone user accounts are still listed.

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