Delegate GAL Updates
In advance, I would like thank you for any help you may give.
I am running Exchange 2003 and would like to delegate updates of phone
numbers / departments etc within the GAL to reception (obviously I do not
want them in Active Directory). I have looked through the delegation options
but cannot find the bit I need. I have also looked at web gal but this only
seems to be applicable to Exchange 2000.
Any ideas guys and girls?
Thanks for the rpely
I did'nt find that i could secure it well enough for reception to use,
(delegation process) unless i am missing som...Delegates and Sent Items
I have a user who wishes to have a secondary email address which will be
used for Q&A from people who he would not normally give his work email
address to. He also wishes a number of his colleagues to have full
permission to send and receive from this account also.
I have set up a mail account on the Exchange server and added all concerned
as delegates to the Q&A account. Each user opens the account using
File>Open>Other Users Folder. They can then read/reply forward etc.
The problem is that when they send a mail from this account, the message
appears in their ...Automatic delegation of Calendar folder?
I have a service mailbox for an application which requires 'Author'
privilages to all users calendars to add and remove events and
appointments. At the moment the permissions are added manually to each
mailbox after it is created. Is there a way to automate this?
The only way I can think of is using a vbscript which runs daily and
updates all calendars with the permissions. Would this work? Or is
there a better way of doing it?
Thanks for any suggestions.
All the solutions I can think of look roughly the same as yours (write
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote...receiving a copy to administrator
i have installed and configured exchange2003 server and as
per the requirement of the company the management wants to
have a copy of mails send or receive at the client
I want to know weather is there any feature available in
exchange2003 that when ever a client receive or sent mail
a copy should me send to administrator.
looking forward for the reply eagerly.
You would most likely want to use message journaling:
261173 XADM: How to Enable the "Message Journaling" Function for an Exchange
Microsoft Excha...Public folder permissions #27
Is there a link or a white paper somewhere that can give me a definition of
what the Anonymous and Default permissions allow? I am trying to figure out
how these two permissions interact with public folders?
I'm sure there are articles out there, but basically, "default" permissions
apply to anyone in your Exchange Organization..."anonymous" permissions
would apply to anyone external to your organization. For example, anonymous
permissions of "contributor" would allow anyone outside your organization to
send email to that folder, if it had a routable smtp...Administrative privileges for saving to CD
Whenever I try to save an Excel spreadsheet to a CD-R I
get a message that states I must have administrative
privileges. I had the CD drive checked by Dell - no
problems. Is it a setting that needs to be changed? Any
Excel can't write to a burner. Nor will the operating system.
You need to save the file to your HD and then use "burner" software to write
the file to the CD/DVD.
johnf 202 at hotmail dot com
"Tess" <email@example.com> wrote in message
| Whenever I try to save ...Task sync requires giving permission to address book
Each time I synchronize my PocketPC with my computer --
especially tasks, it seems -- Outlook asks specific
permission to share items in my address book. This is a
pain because I have to answer the dialog box each time.
Is there any way to turn this "feature" off?
This did NOT happen to me using Outlook XP. I recently
upgraded to Outlook 2003. (I run Franklin Covey's
PlanPlus software, and I upgraded from 1.0.5 to 2.0 at
the same time I upgraded Outlook.)
I have an iPAQ 1910 running WinCE 3.0.11171. I have a
computer running Windows XP SP1 and all latest updates
an...Public folder "send as" permissions in Exchange 2000
We are running Exchange 2000 native in a Win2K native AD, and have a GROUP of
people that want to be able to "send as" a public folder. We created the
email-enabled public folder and the global security group... and populated
the security group but can't seem to find the right place to put the security
group to give them the right to "send as" the folder.
Most of the info we have found on the subject deals with someONE's mailbox,
not a public folder.
Suggestions? Directions? Please!!!
...Rename System Administrator?
In an effort to stop all the fake e-mail that comes to our users from
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com etc telling our users their accounts
have been suspended, including zipped up virii, etc, we have told brightmail
to block all messages coming from outside to inside from *@ourdomain.com, and
then we whitelist the one or two addresses that could actually come from
outside to in without being a spoof, like our marketing blasts.
The last step we are trying to accomplish, in an effort to keep user
confusion to a minimum, is to rename the emails that come from System
Administrator,...Permissions Issue? (User cannot reply to other accounts)
I have 3 users within out company who are contract sales reps. We have 1
person who manages leads within the company, then assigns them to certain
sales reps for follow-up. When they get assigned, the use has access to ONLY
his leads and cannot promote them. The Manager promotes, but then the sales
rep can work with his Account, Contact, and Opps.
The problem we are running into is that if Sales Rep A. sends a tracked
e-mail and copies Sales rep B. on the e-mail, Sales Rep B. cannot reply to
the e-mail without getting a permissions error from CRM.
I am wondering wh...Inheritance of permissions on a user account keeps changing
When I select a user in ADUC and go to their Security tab/Advanced and check
the "Inherit the parrent..." checkbox, it stays checked for a little while
but then it becomes unchecked. This happens to all the users that I've
tried so far. What's happening with my AD? Shouldn't the box stay checked?
What's changing it?
Are the accounts member of any of system protected groups:
Disclaimer: This posting is provided ...e-mail attached files: asks for administrator approval? my lapto
In using e-mail with attachments: clicking on the attachment, asks for
administrator approval????? my single laptop at home, no connection with
"jwb" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> In using e-mail with attachments: clicking on the attachment, asks for
> administrator approval????? my single laptop at home, no connection with
> anyone else????
Since you don't state the exact error message. I can only guess, but I guess
this: http://www...Managing Exchange 2000 organisation users private mailbox permissions?
Is there some utilty to manage Exchange 2000 all users mailbox permissions ?
Neither AD or System manager seem to have that possibility. Changing through
each user mailbox is time-expensive..
I have a need to change all users calendar permissions to certain level and
keep them there administratively.
thank You in advance,
beginning Exchange 2000 administrator
...Send As permission
I have a problem. I need to give two people Send As permission on a
mailbox. I gave them Full Mailbox Access in Mailbox Right in the Exchange
Advance tab. That's fine. I gave them Send As permission in the Security
tab and they can send as this person. However, the permission in the
Security tab disappeared in about 20 - 30 minutes and they can't Send As
anymore. I have no more idea. Please help.
There are several security groups that get updated periodically by AD
(Domain Admins, Backup Operators, etc. - sorry, don't have the complete
list in front of...Any reason to NOT have a System Administrator mailbox?
Maybe I'm missing something? Is there any good reason to NOT have a
System Administrator mailbox? When automated messages are generated
by the server, they say they are "From: System Administrator". Is there
any reason you wouldn't want to be able to simple hit REPLY to such
messages to possibly inform the real system administrators of a problem
you've become aware of??
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Patrick Klos Email: email@example.com
Klos Technologies, Inc. Web: http://...Not recieving email after delegate creates meeting request for me.
When my delegate creates a new meeting request for my on my calendar, the
meeting event shows up on my calendar, but I do not revcieve an email
notification of the meeting like everyone else. What is the best practice so
that I can be notified via email when my delegate creates new meetings for
me? Can this happen automatically or does the delegate need to send me a
message after creating the event?
> When my delegate creates a new meeting request for my on my calendar,
> meeting event shows up on my calendar, but I do not receive an email...Mailbox permissions #18
I run exchange 2003 in windows 2003 domain, and we use outlook 2000 SP3.
One of my users noticed in outlook 2000 SP3 they could go to file, open
other users folder, and they were able to open anyone's inbox this way.
Obviously I don't want people to be able to open other users inboxes.
I went into ADUC, users properties, exchange advanced, mailbox rights. I
have many groups and users listed. I noticed the everyone group was not
denied anything, so I started to deny access, and when I did that then users
could not get into their own mailboxes. Any suggestions would be great.
...NDR's You do not have permission to send to this recipient.
We recently upgraded our exchange to 2003 and we have since been having
random NDR's as listed below. They are coming from domains that we can
normally mail most of the day except later in the afternoon we get these
Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.
Sent: 3/31/2005 6:00 PM
The following recipient(s) could not be reached:
Shultz, Ed on 3/31/2005 5:58 PM
You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For
assistance, contact your system administrator.
<mail.mydomain.com #5.7...Sync new resources via AD and assign them permissions
I want new employees who (show up in our AD) to be added to the ERP and get
Team Member permissions.
* AD Resource Pool Sync is configured and brings new employees to the pool
* Team Members group is also synced to the same AD group and the group has
permissions assigned and new emplyees are indeed assigned to the Team Member
Group but DO NOT get any rights.
What am I missing?
Please do not cross-post your questions. I have already given you a
preliminary answer in the microsoft.public.project.server newsgroup.
Dale A. Howard [MVP]
VP of Educational Serv...Compact & Repair Code
here's a poser that has got me stumped....
I use the following code to compact/repair a database backend:
Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer)
Dim strBackupBackend As String
Dim strCurrBackend As String
Dim strCurrLockFile As String
strCurrBackend = CurrentProject.Path & "\Data\" &
Left(CurrentProject.Name, Len(CurrentProject.Name) - 4) & "_be.mdb"
strCurrLockFile = CurrentProject.Path & "\Data\" &
Left(CurrentProject.Name, Len(CurrentProject.Name) - 4) & "_be.ldb"
strBackupBackend = ...Folder access permission
I have various clients where certain folders, ie Calendar where the
permission cannot be change as I get that access is denied but other folders
in the sub tree are fine within Outlook 2003
I notice that there are deleted user account info still there within folder
but I cannot remove.
We upgraded from SBS2k to SBS2003 and I imported via the wizard all messages.
What other steps can I look at. I have tried removing and then adding user
rights to this mailbox using ADSI Edit
...Public folder permissions in exchange 2003
I would like to know if it is possible for users of outlook 2003 to
view the permission folder of any public folder in Exchange 2003. The
problem is the user's manage permissions on the PF that they are
designated owner for but if you have no idea who to contact because
the permission tab is not displayed, how can I get around this
I do think there is a Permission table if the user is the folder owner.
MCSE+Internet, MCDBA, MCP
"Kaiser" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
&...Event 1030, Public Folders
This morning, users started noticing the following issue:
Clients can not access any of the public folders that
they normally could. If the user has explicit
permissions defined in client permissions (ESM, PF Props,
Perms, Client Perms) they are able to access their PFs
without issue. If the user had their rights defined by
group membership, the PFs are no longer visible. If I
add a user to the Client Permissions of a PF, then they
are able to access the folder. If I remove and re-add
the group, there is still no change.
Exchange 2003 Native Mode running on...Public Folder permissions for Groups/DL's and Native mode.
Running Exch2003 SP2 in Win2003.
I've got problems assigning permissions to public folders using
groups/distribution lists. I get an error the permissions cannot be saved.
Using individual users however does work. At first I thought this was due to
the fact the we were still running Exchange in mixed-mode. That's also what
the event log tips me about.
I switched to Native Exchange mode since I don't need pre-Exchange2000
servers, but the error is still there. I rebooted all Exchange servers.
My active-dir is still in mixed-mode, but I'm pretty sure I read that the to
m...Messed up file permissions, how to fix
I believe my Exchange Server 2003 SP2, installed on Windows 2000 server, was
set with Everyone having Full permissions. I recently changed this to limit
Everyone to read only permissions, then granted SYSTEM full change
permissions (everything but take ownership). And I may have made the mistake
of overwriting these permissions down the tree... The server is working
flawlessly except OWA no longer works...
When I try to logon, here is what happens. Because Anonymous access is off
for the Exchange virtual directory, I enter my ID/PW at the prompt. Then,
nothing more happens at the...