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Outlook issue and i am lost

I am a Computer Tech at a college and I have run into an issue that has me stumped. there are actually two different symptoms for two different setups. so i will try to expalin it as good as i can.  her are the specsWindows XP proOffice 2007Exchange 2003A user that has a delegate setup in there calender to accept meeting on behalf of another. if the delegate accepts a meeting for the other user it puts the meeting on the current for the next 30 min block avalible. if the user accepts the meeting from their own computer the meeting will be put in the correct spot. I have tried removing and all of the diffrent levals and it is not localized to one set of computers. it is campus wide anyone that has a delegate set up. the second has to do with windows mobile 6.0 with active sync 4.5its kind of the same issue meeting will just disapper but the reminder will still pop up at the right time but if you look at the day they are not here. then if you look at the list of events it will show up at the top and have no time in the box.
any help whould be very thankful

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Ms2007 is the different event so when you merge the 2003 to 2007 office outlook send the remainder
first you show the what you want these satuation when you live the campuse so you no need the any experiment for the system.
when your own system you need the setup welldefine the progress.
so you take the any virsue.

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