Thank you very much. This worked perfectly :-) Now the question is if we set delegation in outlook, would that stay on exchange so we don't have to go on active directory and set on behalf and read permissions? -----Original Message----- From: Raji Arulambalam [mailto:RajiA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 12:46 PM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] RE: meeting reply error Hi Does the person sending invitations use a delegate? Was the someone removed the delegate ? If so these steps might help... Try this, but first find out who the sender is and if they had that unknown user as a delegate. 1. In Outlook, when you are using the mailbox where the delegate was previously established, click Options on the Tools menu, and then click Delegates. 2. Click Add, select another user in the Global Address List if the original delegate has been removed. Try to establish the same permissions that were previously used, if you know what they are. Then, click OK. 3. Click OK to close the Options dialog box. 4. Restart Outlook. 5. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click Delegates. 6. Click the delegate that you had re-added, click Remove, and then click OK to close the Options dialog box. 7. Restart Outlook. 8. Get someone to send you a meeting request. See if they receive an error. Cheers Rajia This e-mail has been checked for viruses and no viruses were detected. Attention: This message, including any attachment(s), is intended only for the use of the individual(s) to which it is addressed and may contain information that is privileged or confidential. Any other distribution, copying or disclosure is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient or have received this message in error, please notify us immediately by reply e-mail and permanently delete this message including any attachment(s), without reading it or making a copy. Any outgoing message has been scanned for possible harmful file(s) or script(s), but it is your sole responsibility to run detection tools as we won't guarantee the safety of message(s).