Wednesday, February 09, 2005

How to use Mdbvu32.exe to identify and remove a delegate rule from a mailbox in Exchange Server

I recently ran into this exact issue and found this KB312433 article to resolve it.


In Outlook clients, a damaged or corrupted delegate for a Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5, Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server, or Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 mailbox could cause the following conditions:
Meeting requests are incorrectly sent to previously removed delegates.
Non-delivery reports (NDRs) are generated when users send meeting requests to a mailbox because that mailbox has a delegate whose mailbox has been deleted.
You cannot add a user as a delegate if the user was previously a delegate but had been removed from the list of delegates.
This article discusses two methods to resolve this issue.



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