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"Mail from" problem in R5

Posted on 2000-02-29
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We have a strange problem with one of our users. When he sends a mail to another person, the sender address is "Administration Request". We have checked that the settings in his person document is similar to the other users. We have also reinstalled and updated his client several times without improvement. He is using the same version as most other users and they don't have this problem. What causes this problem ?
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by:ghassan99
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Check his name in the calendar profile.

-Gus
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by:riegsa
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We have checked his settings in the person document. Where do we find the calendar profile?
Can you give us a hint?
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ghassan99 earned 100 total points
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If you are using R4:
go to Actions-Calendar Tools-Calendar Profile while you are in the mail file.  Check the field 'Mail File Owner'

R5:
While in the mail file, click the 'Tools' action button, then under the 'Mail' tab and under the 'Basics' tab you will find the field 'This mail file belongs to'

-Gus

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by:riegsa
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Thank you !
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