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sending emails with a comman address

Posted on 2008-11-01
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I have a common email address wel call it comman@xyzcompany.com I have it's inbox going to a public folder called common, All  users have access to it and I want them to be able to reply and send out emails via this address, how can I set this up?
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Question by:knoxlogic
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by:ashwynr
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Hello!

Refer to the point in the link below where it reads "To grant Send As permissions to the user or to the group in Exchange System Manager :"

http://xchange-config.blogspot.com/2008/10/enable-automatic-replies-to-users-who.html

Grant users with the necessary access mentioned above and then they could send out emails from that PF using the address of that PF. They will need to simply add the open a new email in their Outlook and then in the 'From' field type the name of that PF.
If 'From' field does not appear then you could add it by clicking on View>From Field

Hope this helps.

#wyn
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by:knoxlogic
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ok! that worked great but now I have a followup question, How do I apply the correct signature to that email?
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In order to apply a particular signature for emails which need to be sent from the public folder, the sender will need to create a different signature and while composing the email click on Insert>Signature and select the the desired signature

#wyn
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by:knoxlogic
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that was simpler than i thought, thx a bunch
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