Exchange, and public folders problem.

Posted on 2007-08-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
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, 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.

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, I have also setup a reciepant policy for 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

Question by:jasonpiper01
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    Accepted Solution

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


    Author Comment

    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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