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KMS 6.7 Patch 1 on XP Pro with Outlook.

I have a user who has meeting auto acceptance turned on. They received a meeting invitation from an external user at another company. Evidently the meeting was auto accepted as the remote user received an acceptance email. However, the local user received no emails.

The meeting invitation apparently arrived after the local user had gone home. During which time the local user checks email on her palm/blackberry which connects via IMAP. She never received the meeting invitation on her palm/blackberry. When she arrive at the office at 9:15 the meeting invitation appeared in her Outlook inbox and then appeared on plam/blackberry.

The meeting invivition claims it was sent at 9:15 that morning but the remote users says she sent it after 5PM the previous day. When I attempt to look at the Internet headers for this message in Outlook there are none! How can that be?

Is a meeting invitation an email message or something else? Why did it not show up until the user connected with Outlook?

- C. Thomas
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