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hi together,

running Systems: OS 10.5.8 and 10.6.4

User1 makes an entry in his calendar and invites User2.
During the same time User3 got this invite too without being invited.

The log of Kerio / Mail shows me a message, whitch is mutch stranger:

WebDAV, From: <>, To: <>, Size: 3557, Sender-Host:, User: User2<_at_>, SSL: yes

Is there someone, who can explain me, whats going wrong with these accounts?


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two things come to mind:

- user 2 has a mail rule either in webmail or in the admin console to forward mails (including invites) to user 3
- user 1 sends the invite to an email alias that gets distributed to user 2 and user 3

or something like that.

have user 1 send an invite to user 2, then check the entire headers of that invite mail in webmail. you might find what you're looking for there.

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hi pûddie,

User2 has no rule in webmail.
And he has no entrence to admin console.
And we have no aliases set.

I´ll will ask User1 for the origional invite & mail.

Thanks for answer.
You will be informed

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