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Outlook & Global address HELP!

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hello Experts,  I recently noticed that when email is composed using ms outlook, in the view menu there is 'from field'. When clicked on, people are able to send email as someone else using the global adress list. I am using exchange 2000 server. is there away to disable this?
you help greatly appreciated.
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Normal users will not be able to use this.  To send as jdoe I would have to have permission to do so.  In Active Directory, under Exchange Advanced, there is a MailBox Rights button that allows you to specify who has what right to which mailbox.  There is also a Security Tab.  Without rights in those tabs users will not have rights to others mail.  
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Wesconjohn, Thanks for the help! actaually instead of doing this for every user, i denied taking ownership under mailbox store in sytem manager. i also denied send as and recive as. The problem is fixed. Many Thanks.
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