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User can not send from a public folder email address

Posted on 2006-06-23
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A public folder was set up by User A.  This user A can select the public folder object in the 'from' field in Outlook and when the message is recieved at the other end the email appears to come from the public folder.

Have gone into the puplic folder properties and give user B all correct directory rights and administrative rights to this public folder.  When User B tries to send from the Public folder, they get a message that they cannot send on behalf of this object.

Fair enough so I place user B in the send on behalf of field, however when the mail come in the other end the mail is said to come from User B on behalf of Public Folder.  This is not what we want.

What other things do I need to do to make user B behave like user A and be able to send from this folder properly.
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is this Exchange 200x or Exchange 5.5
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This is Exchange 2003 using Outlook 2003.
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This is exchange 2003 sp2 on windows 2003 server.
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you can check the following article to see if all the steps to assign the permissions have been followed

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/331655/en-us
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