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Receive email in the same Oulook client from 2 users in exchange server

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hello,
is it possible to receive, in the same outlook client, email from 2 users in the same domain and exchange?
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by:kamalgopi
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are you trying to say that you want to have 2 of the mail boxes in the same outlook windows and see all the mails the 2 mailbox recieved... correct me if am wrong..

Cheers:)
Kamal
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by:arcross
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yes, thats it
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by:rakeshmiglani
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http://webhelp.fullcoll.edu/howtos/addmailbox.htm explains with screenshots on how to configure an additional mailbox in outlook
you will also need to configure the permissions on the additional mailbox via active directory before you can access it from outlook.
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by:arcross
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oops sorry the users are in the same mailbox
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by:rakeshmiglani
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same mailbox?
can you be a bit more specific?
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by:arcross
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What im trying to do is to see in my outlook other user's email.
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by:rakeshmiglani
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You mean to say that you want to add your mailbox as an additional mailbox in other user's Outlook?
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by:arcross
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yes i want to add other user into mine
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by:rakeshmiglani
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then the above mentioned article has the screenshots that you need to follow to add  the other user's mailbox to your outlook after you have configured your permissions on the other user's mailbox.
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by:arcross
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ok, i tried that but it didnt let me expand it. ill try it again
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by:rakeshmiglani
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are your permissions configiured correctly?
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by:arcross
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i guess not
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the permisions need to be configured before you can open another user's mailbox in your outlook
for that you need to open active directory users and computers
then find the user and go into its properties
after that go into exchange advanced tab and then click on mailbox rights tab
over here you can add yourself with full control and then close out all the windows by clicking OK
then wait for sometime for the changes to replicate and then check in outlook
you should be able to expand the mailbox now.
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thanks for you patience rakeshmiglani !
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