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Exchange Notification (Delay) Deleted user

By JimKlallsoo ·
I have a user lets say user (A) that sends user (B) a meeting request via Outlook 2003. I then get a message back, via e-mail instructing me of an Exchange Notification delay to User (C)
Why do i get a notification from user (C) when he was not invited to the meeting?

User (C) was a recently deleted account. When i look in Exchange system manager the account has a red cross against it. If i purge this accoutn will i stop getting these messages

To: Test, Test
Subject: Delivery Status Notification (Delay)
This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

THIS IS A WARNING MESSAGE ONLY.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESEND YOUR MESSAGE.

Delivery to the following recipients has been delayed.

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Re: delay

by christianshiflet In reply to Exchange Notification (De ...

This is typically caused by rules setup within Outlook for either user A or user B that forward or cc user C on certain types of messages. Check any email rules (Tools - Rules and Alerts) as well as Out of Office rules (Tools - Out of Office Assistant - Rules button) either one of them have set up.

Let me know if that helps or you have further questions. Thanks.

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