Alright Folks - here's my scenario;
I have UserA@myemail.help (laptop user - one user assigned), UserB@myemail.help (laptop user - one user assigned) and StationC@myemail.help (desktop unit - catchall unit with multiple people accessing it). Not particularly relevant but just for clarification - we are a mid-sized church where UserA is a part-timer; UserB is a part-timer; StationC is for various volunteer helpers to use.
Both UserA and UserB are in personal situations that warrant me to reconfigure the Exchange mailboxes so that:
1.) UserA@myemail.help can read/reply/send/manage folders as UserB - AND -StationC@myemail.help. I know that they can choose the "from" option when composing a new message and that's cool - it works for them.
2.) The reverse of that as well - UserB@myemail.help can read/reply/sends/manage folders UserA@myemail.help - AND- StationC@myemail.help.
3.) Have StationC@myemail.help ONLY be able to read/reply/send/manage folders as itself (whether at the physical desktop or in OWA).
3.) Here's what I did - EMC > Microsoft Exchange On-Premises (myserver.mydomain.local) > Recipient Configuration > Mailbox > highlighted "UserA" > choose "Manage Full Access Permission" > clicked "Add" > added "StationC" > all successful. Repeated procedure for "UserB" > all successful.
4.) Went to UserA's laptop, added StationC@myemail.help's credentials in Outlook (2010). It synced without issue. BUT - I then noticed UserA could already read/reply/send/manage folders for UserB - even though I had NOT set that up yet?! Same was true when I went UserB's laptop.
4.) What I've got now -
- UserA can read/reply/send/manage folders for StationC -AND- UserB
- UserB can read/reply/send/manage folders for StationC -AND- UserA
- StationC can read/reply/send/manage folders for UserA -AND- UserB
5. It's that last one that I don't want - I do not want StationC to be able to read/reply/send/manage folders for UserA -OR- UserB.
Hope that was clear enough. I am very limited in my Exchange knowledge (count me as a novice) but I am comfortable following specific instructions.
Maybe this will help: