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I have an exchange server (2003) I have added a new public folder, then I have mailed enabled it. This is what i am trying to get out of this. I want the customer to be able to email to support@test.com, then the email will go to the folder, and then forward to the support people. I can get it work perfectly internally, but when i try it from my yahoo account i get

his is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.

       support@test.com


But, the main problem is that the support people gets the email, and it is not placed in the public folder. I  have configured the properties of the folder to forward to the support people. I have also add an stmp address for test.com, I have also setup a reciepant policy for test.com. I gave access to the folder for all the people that will need it.

So to recap, interally it works correctly, externally, the sender gets a failed message while the support people get the message, and it is not placed in the public folder that is linked too. I need some help

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Question by:jasonpiper01
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How are the support people getting the message? Have you configured some kind of forward?
Does anonymous have contributor ONLY permissions on the folder?

Simon.
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Thank you that appears to have corrected the problem, anonymous was set to none, and i now do not get the error message. thank you very much
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