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  1. #1
    ccj
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    Email sent to deleted

    We are using Outlook 2000 with Exchange 5.5. I have a user who just received a meeting request from another employee. The meeting request went directly to the deleted file of the person who was sent the meeting request. This has happened occasionally in the past. Any ideas of the cause?

  2. #2
    preed
    Guest

    Re: Email sent to deleted

    Check Tools | Options | E-Mail Options | Tracking Options

    Check to see if the first box (Process Requests and Responses on Arrival) and the fourth box are checked.

  3. #3
    ccj
    Guest

    Re: Email sent to deleted

    The first box was checked but not the 4th (Delete blank....). Was that my problem? She did not originally send the meeting request she was recipient. Thanks

  4. #4
    preed
    Guest

    Re: Email sent to deleted

    Oops, sorry. I read too quickly.
    Check Tools | Options | Calendar options | Resource Scheduling. Is the first box checked?

  5. #5
    ccj
    Guest

    Re: Email sent to deleted

    Yes, it was checked. I had her uncheck it to see if it still is a problem. What's puzzling is that this is not something that happens all the time - just occasionally.

  6. #6
    preed
    Guest

    Re: Email sent to deleted

    Automatic processing of meeting requests occurs during 30-60 seconds of idle time on your computer. Also, if Outlook is closed, then restarted before MAPISP32.EXE ends, this automatic processing may be interrupted. A new meeting request received within a one-hour span will trigger it again once it's been interrupted.

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