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Exchange 2003 OWA 2003 - Resource not Fond AND The action can't be performed

Posted on 2006-06-14
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Very URGENT and very IMPORTANT, pls help me!!

today after an automatic update of the server on my lan (WSUS) i have some problem using exchange server 2003 and owa 2003.

I have 2 kind of users/emails address.

a) Normal User, the name of the user has the same mail address -> User: David  mailaddress: David@mydomain.com
b) InetOrg Person, i use this fake user to create a mailaddress of the group -> User: mail-arc  mailaddress: arc@mydomain.com -> to this email can access a lot of users.

i have a problem (after this update) only on the group mail (case b).

if someone try to send an email (even the administrator) they receive 2 error in a popup windows:
 - Resource not Fond
or
- The action can't be performed

even if they send this email inside the local network or they try to send to external email (like jim@hotmail.com)

i have 2 screenshot if needs.

Again thx for all help that u can give me.


Note:
the update was made today in the morning
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by:Denun
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i found the problem but i don't know hot to solve it:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912442

it's shared email, but what i have to do now?
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If you have "Urgent" and "Important" questions, then call Microsoft. We are all volunteers here and give up our time to assist others.

You have probably been caught out by the behaviour change in Exchange.
You need to explicitly grant access to send as and full mailbox access as separate items. This behaviour change is discussed in this KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=912918

Simon.
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by:Denun
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thx, i already solved.

i forgot to close the question, for other user i followed the istrunction here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912442 and link correlated there, by adding "send as" in the permission.

thx to all
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by:Denun
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note:
sembee u'r volounters, but this site sell a service :)
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