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Posted on 2004-03-30
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Hi there,

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I created user-disable mailboxes on my AD and i give full control to a group of users
that i want to access that mailboxes. Give to SELF external account associated to be able to disable
the accounts on AD. The users can access the mailboxes with no problems  but ....
 
The problem:
when they try to send messages from that mailboxes the exchange return the following error: You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.

What is wrong here?? Why my users can send messages from these mailboxes???

Please help!!
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anupnellip earned 200 total points
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go to this account > property > exchange general > delevery option .
In this add all the users you want to give acces to send messages
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by:cyberred_pt
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But i a have 500 users??? I cannot had groups on the delivery option.... Doesnt solve my problem
:( ...

Any other ideas ?????
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