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I am having a strange issue with Calendar requests. When I send User A a meeting request, User B gets the request in her inbox.

This started happening when User B opened User A's shared calendar. I asked User B to remove the shared calendar and it stopped.

User B then re-added User A's shared calendar and the invites started going to user B again. This time upon removing the shared calendar, the requests continued to go to User B. All the while User A isn't getting the requests at all.

I have checked Mail Flow delivery options in exchange for both users. I have checked for rules in Outlook. I have checked for delegates (which User B is a delegate for an unrelated user but not User A). I have also ran a command in powershell to display all delegates found in our mailbox database. It found nothing to suggest a problem.

Please help?

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Is this all on a local network? –  Dave Rook Dec 13 '12 at 14:49
    
This is in Active Directory. Both users are in the same building (behind same router) –  The Tech Dec 13 '12 at 20:24
    
They are within our "local network" yes but on seperate Class C networks from our exchange server. "The Tech" Is another person in our IT dept.* –  Tyler Benson Dec 13 '12 at 20:31

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