Invitations are randomly duplicating Outlook 2007

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our users of outlook 2007 are recieving duplicate invitations when only one is being sent. any suggestions?

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If these accounts are part of an exchange server configuration you might try this:

<a href=”http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253557″>Outlook (CW) meeting request going to someone else]

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  • Technochic
    Can you provide more details please? Are these Exchange accounts? If so what version and patch level of Exchange? When appts are duplicated, do all the same users receive duplicates? Do ALL of the invitees receive duplicates of that meeting request or just some? Are there blackberry devices and a BES server involved?
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  • Theshark
    There is a glitch with the delegate access. Do not use the one that says "Recommended". You will notice that the person who is supposed to be only getting the information invite is also receiving the actual invite and can respond as well (which they aren't supposed to be able to do). Have invites either go to you or to both of you. It will solve the duplicate issue
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