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Recurring email continues to send even though user has been deleted

Recurring email continues to send even though user has been deleted

Recurring email continues to send even though user has been deleted

(OP)
How can this be?

HEY, WATCH THIS!

RE: Recurring email continues to send even though user has been deleted

That's a little skimpy on the details for anyone to troubleshoot your problem.  How about the $5 explanation of the problem instead of the 5 cent version.

RE: Recurring email continues to send even though user has been deleted

(OP)
Okay, This system is  6.5.  It is being phased out in favor of Exchange.  The users email have all been migrated to the exchange system and the old email system is sitting there forwarding mail and replying with change of address message.  One of the old users set up an email to go out every week to remind people to update their time sheets. The user in question has been deleted and recreated, then deleted completely and not recreated.  The user is gone.  The email she set to go out every week continues to be sent.  How can this happen?  There is no user db for this fid so how can the message continue to be sent? Is it sitting in a queqe somewhere?  

HEY, WATCH THIS!

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