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"Send As" a public folder - 3.Oct.2005 2:16:50 PM   
thefaz

 

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Is it possible to reply to a message sent to a public folder as the public folder?

I have setup send as permissions the same as you do on a users mailbox.  I can send as a user with no problem but I get an error saying I don't have permissions when I try and send as the public folder.

I am running exchange 2003 on a Windows 2003 server.

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RE: "Send As" a public folder - 11.Oct.2005 8:48:39 AM   
mbunch

 

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I don't know if you have resolved this or not, so I will go ahead and respond.

When configuring "Send As" on a Public Folder, in my experience there are two things you need to configure in order for it to work properly. The first is to make sure you have the proper "Client Permissions" to access and use the folder. This is often overlooked because people concentrate on the "Directory Permissions" to get the Send As configured.  The second it to make sure you don't have conflicting "Directory Permissions". I don't know why, but this is a lot more sensitive to conflicts than user mailboxes are.

If neither of these resolve the issue, it is time to experiment. I would create a dummy folder and start testing Client and Direcotry permissions by removing all permissions and start testing access. NOTE: Be sure to leave the required system level permissions otherwise you won't be able to access or use the folder. Learned that one accidentally when I hit the wrong button.

-- Mike

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