Stopping the required attendee invites

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AA in FL

Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
I used to be the AA for someone at work but I have changed departments. The problem is, I am still receiving all of his calendar invites as a required attendee. How do I turn this off on his computer? He has Outlook 2010, I have 2007. It also seems to affect the meeting if I delete the invitation. His assistant has to set it up again. It's quite odd and with all our searching we haven't been able to stop it from automatically adding me to every meeting. Thanks.
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