Owner of Mailbox is missing in Outlook Permissions tab

Posted on 2009-02-24
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
I have a user on my Windows network, running an Exchange 2003 server, who cannot copy messages to folders in his mailbox.  I checked the properties of these folders and the permissions tab and it only has Anonymous and Default set at None.  They seem to be missing the Owner entry.
I can manually go thru and add the Owner, but is there a way to set all folders to include this?
And how can I find out what happened to these permissions?
Question by:WPC479
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The permissions that you have seen are correct. The owner would not be listed. Therefore the problem is something else.


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Not sure of the cause, but restarting the system corrected the problem.

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Not sure of the cause, but restarting the system corrected the problem.

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