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How do you  auto populate the From field when replying from an email enabled public folder

Posted on 2009-07-14
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I have a bunch of public folders, which are all email enabled, all receiving emails fine, and users can reply to them, as themselves or use the send-as option with no problems.

Is there a way to auto populate the From field when replying to a message in one of the email enabled public folder so that the From field automatically uses the email address of the public folder rather than the users email address.

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Short answer. No.
The field auto population only works on additional mailboxes, not public folders.

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