|Okay, this is a strange one.|
On a small domain. Win server is 2003/Exchange is 2007. Though I don't think that's where the issue is as we've recently migrated over from Exchange 03.
Person 'A' is using Outlook XP 2002. Person 'B' is using Outlook 2003.
Person 'C' sent a calendar "meeting" request & invited 7 other people withing the domain including person 'A' but NOT person 'B'. This was 2 days ago.
Today, person 'C' canceled the meeting & immediately got an out of office message from person 'B'.
If I send email to person 'A' it goes right to him. Nothing more comes of it.
HOWEVER, if I send a calendar invite to person 'A' I will get the out of office reply from person 'B' (note, I'm doing this from a different account as the "OoO" message is only sent once per person.
My question is, why is this happening. It's consistent. Even if a person outside the domain sends an invite to person 'A' person 'B' will also get the invite.
Person 'A' is NOT sharing his calendar or anything else that I can see to person 'B' There is nothing in either of their exchange accounts that I can see that would account for this behavior. To 'A's knowledge, he has never forwarded anything or given permission to 'B' for anything. I'm at a loss on this one.
Any ideas anyone?