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Editing Auto Reply messages from public folders in Exchange/Outlook 2010

Posted on 2013-11-05
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I have a mail enabled public folder that is currently configured to send automatic replys whenever an email is sent to the address configured on it.

I need to edit the message. Through the EMC I gave myself 'Owner' rights to the public folder and now I am able to right click the public folder and go to properties->General Tab->Folder Assistant->Edit Rule->Reply With (Template) and see/edit the message. However the 'From' field is populated with my email address rather than the email address of the public folder. When I try to click the 'From' button nothing happens.

How to I get this so that after I make changes to the message it comes from the desired email address?
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Question by:dowhatyoudo22
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The FROM field will not be used by the folder rule.
Make the changes and test.

If really worried, grant your acct SEND-AS rights to that folder and enter the folder name in the FROM field.
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