exporting Sendas permissions in Exchange 5.5
Is it possible to export the sendas permissions on the objects (mailbox,
distribution lists) in Exchange 5.5. The article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/188628 says that it is not possible to export
the permissions using Directory export tool.
I tried to see the header information using admin program in raw mode and
tried exporting NT-Security-Descriptor field which gives out junk (or
something which i am not able to make any sense out of).
Could you guys help me with this? Are there any tools which do this?
...Child domain can't get the Offline Address book but parent domain can.....
Our child domain outlook users keep getting the following synch error:
13:35:52 Synchronizer Version 11.0.8000
13:35:52 Synchronizing Mailbox 'Dan Kringle'
13:35:52 Synchronizing Hierarchy
13:35:52 Microsoft Exchange offline address book
But when I log on to one of their machines as a parent domain user and
access my mail, I don't get the error. any ideas???
The replication status is In Sync.... but the users are still getting the
"Dan Klinge" <Dan@YoMamasHouse.com> wrote in message
news:ukoz0DvPGHA.5740...Managing List Permissions Permission
I wonder if are there any permission to manage list permissions ?
Or the only way for giving this right to some user is giving "manage
There are some overheads, if i give the user "manage list" permission
then he can do a lot
like deleting list, adding-changing list columns.
So i am looking for a way to give some user distinct permission, so he
can give other users permissions
on that list.
Is this resolved by making a user the Owner of a permissions list?
From the SP Group Settings screen:
The owner can ...Find NTFS permissions for an account
We need to use an application that runs as a number of windows services.
Those services run under a local user account that was created when the
application was installed.
We need those accounts to be Windows 2008 Domain level accounts (the
services will be set up to access files on other servers, not the way the
application is designed, but for up-time reasons we want those files on our
fail-over file server).
We don't know what permissions were given to the accounts. We could go
through manually looking at permissions on every directory to see whether
they are there ...Exchange Router
We have CRM 1.2 installed and fully functional in our companies main domain (crm). Our exchange server is installed in it's own domain (mail). We are able to send mail from CRM with no problem, but mail from Exchange is not being routed to CRM. Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
what domain trusts have you set up?
"Bferguson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We have CRM 1.2 installed and fully functional in our companies main
domain (crm). Our exchange server is install...Does not have permission???
The error message states that the user does not have
permission yet she is one of the owners of the mailbox.
She is set up along with two other to have access to
I noticed that under this mailbox, there is not a sent
folder nor a deleted items folder.
Her own inbox seems to be working just fine.
It is only when she goes to send from this other mailbox.
Help please. :o(
Thank you thank you thank you.
...You do not have permission to send to this recipient #16
I just added several domains to our Exchange 2003 environment. I created a
new recipient policy, have external DNS setup properly and we are able to
recieve email on behalf of the new domains, for those users that have such
My question however has to do with the sending of email from these domains.
Of course Exchange has a set default/primary email address that all email is
sent out from, however I need to enable the users that recieve email from
these new domain names to reply back to it from that address using the from
When I do specify one of these email addr...Share Permissions
I have a requirement to give a server built in account permissions to a
share on a another file server.
I have not had this requirement before and can't see how to do it or even
whether you can.
Any help appreciated.
"Mike" <Mike@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I have a requirement to give a server built in account permissions to a
> share on a another file server.
> I have not had this requirement before and can't see how to do it or even
> ...Remove child domain after child domain DC has failed
Domain Functional Level: 2008
Forest Functional Level: 2003
I used to have a dev domain, which was a child domain of our production
domain (dev.domain_name.local). This dev domain had a single domain
controller and that domain controller has died. Now I would like to remove
that dev child domain from my production domain to get rid of the event log
errors on my production domain controllers.
Has anyone seen an article on how to remove a child domain from active
directory when there is no DC to demote?
Rimrock Corpor...Restore permissions on GAL
Hi. I changed the permissions on GAL by mistake. I said
deny read access. Now I can't access the property page to
change back the permissions. Any help will be appreciated.
Use the admin account. Go in a few times and keep clicking ok - after a few
tries the securtiy tab should return.
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http://www.microsoft.com/info/cpyrigh...What does "553 sorry that domain isn't in my list of rcphosts" mean?
I get the following message when I try to send a message using Outlook 2003:
The following recipient(s) could not be reached:
'email@example.com' on 05/11/2003 13:06
553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts (#5.7.1)
Any ideas? I'm not receiving mail from my POP3 account at all. Cheers.
it's not a pop error, it's a misconfigured mail server (or properly
configured server, but wrong mx records). it means you can't send mail using
the smtp server... one cause could be that you aren't authenticating and
should be. (mail account, ser...permission problem
i recently upgraded my NT4 domin to windows 2003 and encountered
permission problem with the delegates in outlook.
my upgrade plan was :
installed 2 domain on new computers with new domain name
install exchange on new computer and same site as exchange 5.5
moved all the users with admt to the new domain and installed ADC
now my users are still logon to the old domain because i didnt do
whan i moved all the mailboxs from the old server to the new server
all the users that can see other users mailboxs can not see tham
the only solution i found is to move the compute...Delegate Permission Guidelines
I am creating guidelines in delegating permission of all Manager's Inbox to
a particular person that he assigned. Can you give me inputs on these
...Domain name within a lab environment
Is it possible to configure my lab environment to send mail as
firstname.lastname@example.org, when my production environment is already
when i tried to send an email to someone in the production
environment. - (the user was not in the lab setup ) Exchange would not
deliver it because now it thinks it abc.com and it would keep the
It's very possible yes,
But both Exchange Orgs would have to have your SMTP space configured as
non-authoritative and you would still encounter issues if you had the same
proxy SMTP address added to an object at both locations.
If you want to ...Everyone/Admin permissions for print driver problems
Calling all Aces!
I have a WS08 server running QuickBooks 2009 Enterprise
Edition (QB). The users do not have admin rights
as I do not want them to see each others QB company
files (among other things).
Problem: the users are not able to eMail invoices
unless I give the user(s) (Windows) admin privileges
over the computer. The standard (Windows) user
account gives the following *stupid* error message:
QuickBooks cannot connect to remote server
because part of your company data is currently
Apparently, QB is using a printer d...Calendar Permissions
I have two users and one user(A) is a delegate of user(B)'s calendar. User a
can create events on User B's calander but cannot accept meeting on thier
behalf. An error message comes up and says that "you do nothave access to
User B's calendar folder". Any suggestions?
...Users in child domain can't access OWA
I have a DC in a child domain (child.company.com) and an exchange server
I have a recipient policy (based on country) for the users in the child
domain so they get addresses like @child.company.com and not @company.com
Whenever i create a new user in the child domain, i can't access the
mail account thru OWA (i get 401 unauthorized). Thru outlook everything
However, I observed that if i create the user without the policy and
then apply the policy (and the email address changes from @company.com
to @child.company.com) everything works fine. If I delete the old
I was going to edit some text on a CD-RW,and I got a message saying. You
do not have permission to save in this director. See the administrator
to obtain permission. Would you like to save in my document folder
instead. How do I get permission from the administrator ? When I set
this computer up I set myself up as the administrator.
What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your
subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)?
What third-party firewall (if any)?
Has a(nother) Norton or McAfee application ever been installed...Set "allow inheritable permissions to propagate..." to folders, subfolders, files with script
Is there a dsacls syntax or vbscript that I can use to enable the
"allow inheritable permissions to propagate...etc" setting to all
folders, subfolders, files? I have about 500 user home folders and
half of them are not set to inherit and the rest are. Instead of
manually going into each one, is there a better method?
This really has nothing to do with Active Directory
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2008, 2003, 2000 (Early Achiever)...Permissions on Distribution lists
Is there a way to set permissions on distribution lists as to who can send to them?
"Keith" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Is there a way to set permissions on distribution lists as to who can send to them?
Absolutley, it's on the Delivery Restrictions tab of the DL properties
in Exchaneg Administrator
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...2 domains #2
We've to offices on different places. We got Windows2003/AD/Exchange
2003 here. In 2nd Office they got Windows 2003/AD (Not Exchange). We
just registered 2 domain xyz1 and xyz2. In our office we are using
xyz1 for exchange2003 and its running fine. We want to use 2nd domain
for our 2nd office. Can we use same exchange 2003 for different 2
Any help ASAP please!
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/268838/en-us - Configuring Exchange to
receive mail for multiple domains
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news:firstname.lastname@example.org...I do not have permissions to restore a .PST file
Outlook's PST file was backed up, but when I attempted to
restore it in Outlook2002, it said I do not have
permission. I have admininstrator rights. Is there any way
to restore this PST file?
Make sure the file isn't marked read-only. If it's on a CD, move it to
your hard drive and remove the read-only attribute.
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"Steve Diaz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:005f01c3507c$...Hidden mail-enabled Security Group for PF Permissions?
Can a mail-enabled Security Group that is hidden from the GAL be used
to assign permissions to a Public Folder?
A little background on my situation...I have a newly built Exchang 2003
server in native mode setup to support two SMTP domain (Company "A" and
Company "B"). To do this, I configured the Default Recipient Policy
for Company "A" and created a second policy for Company "B" that uses a
USG/LDAP filter to assign addresses to Company "B" users.
I am trying to setup a PF that only Company "B" users can see. I
created QBDG'...Permissions set on Word files differ from other permissions
We have a peer-to-peer network in Windows XP Pro. On ONE of our computers,
Word documents do not get the same permissions for sharing that all other
files get, or that all files on all other computers get. As a result, we
can't copy Word files from this one computer. That computer is set to give
"Everyone" "Full Control"; yet the individual Word files keep getting set to
NOT give "Everyone" "Full Control". Why would Word override the other
security settings, and how can I make it stop?
...Public folder permissions
Where can I find information on how permissions work for the Public folders
If user does not have access to the parent folder, can I give him access to
a child folder?
There are many more questions. Where can I go for "how to use Permissions
to Public folders"
They will need at least view permission to the top level folders. They don't
need read/write permissions.
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