How can multiple users access same mailbox and send as that mailbox name?

Hi Folks,

I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:

My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed to user-3@company.com.
Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and user-2 to send all their mail mail with
user-3@company.com as the default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 should be able to see all mail
sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by user-1 or by user-2.

Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2 and vice versa.

Thanks for your help!

Frank

Frank Denman
Denman Systems
news@denmansystemsx.com
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Is there actually a user3?  Your message makes it seem that user3 would not 
be receiving or sending, just user1 and 2 pretending to be user3?

What is the purpose of having three mail boxes if three users are going to 
send and receive as the same user? 

If there are two users, it is possible to allow one of them to act as the 
other, but not sure if it is possible to extend that to X users.

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> Hi Folks,
> 
> I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:
> 
> My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed
> to user-3@company.com. Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and
> user-2 to send all their mail mail with user-3@company.com as the
> default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 should be able to see all
> mail sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by
> user-1 or by user-2.
> 
> Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2
> and vice versa.
> 
> Thanks for your help!
> 
> Frank
> 
> Frank Denman
> Denman Systems
> news@denmansystemsx.com
> [Please delete the "x" from my email address]


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Larry
1/29/2010 11:00:55 PM
"Frank B Denman" <news@denmansystemsx.com> wrote in message 
news:n6n6m55jprvpb37f3mnhcli94p62qc5lsg@4ax.com...
> Hi Folks,
>
> I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:
>
> My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed to 
> user-3@company.com.
> Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and user-2 to send all their mail 
> mail with
> user-3@company.com as the default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 
> should be able to see all mail
> sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by user-1 or 
> by user-2.
>
> Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2 and 
> vice versa.
>
> Thanks for your help!
>
> Frank
>
> Frank Denman
> Denman Systems
> news@denmansystemsx.com
> [Please delete the "x" from my email address]


Frank,

I assume that User3 is sort of an info@domain.com or sales@domain.com 
account that the other two users are receiving as and sending as the 
account. But as Larry indicated, it would better help us to know the exact 
reason why you are doing it. What I am providing below is a generic proc 
showing how to provide mailbox permissions, and access the mailbox from 
another account. The proc can vary depending on your goals.

Create User3.
Mailbox enabled User3.
Send an email address to User3 or logon as User3 using OWA. This will 
establish the mailbox.
Open ADUC. Select View, Advanced Features.
In ADUC, go to properties of User3
   Select the Exchange Advanced tab.
   Add User1 and User2 providing:
      Delete Mailbox Storage
      Read
      Full Mailbox Access
      Click Ok
   Select Security Tab
      Click Add
      Add User1
      In the Permissions list, Read, Send As, Receive As
      Click Ok
Repeat for User2

Then go to User1's Outlook (this may differ slightly depending on Outlook 
version).
   Open Account Properties, More Settings, Advanced tab.
   Click on Add
   Type in User3's account name.
   Click Ok
   You wil see it show up as an additional mailbox in the bottom of the list 
in Outlook
Repeat for User3

When sending an email, make sure the user account selects user3@domain.com 
as the "From:" account. You will have to expose the "From:" option under 
Options, depending on Outlook version.

-- 
Ace

This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and 
confers no rights.

Please reply back to the newsgroup or forum for collaboration benefit among 
responding engineers, and to help others benefit from your resolution.

Ace Fekay, MVP, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007, MCSE & 
MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003
Microsoft Certified Trainer
Microsoft MVP - Directory Services

If you feel this is an urgent issue and require immediate assistance, please 
contact Microsoft PSS directly. Please check http://support.microsoft.com 
for regional support phone numbers. 


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Ace
1/30/2010 6:19:13 AM

On Sat, 30 Jan 2010 01:19:13 -0500, "Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@mvps.RemoveThisPart.org>
wrote:

>"Frank B Denman" <news@denmansystemsx.com> wrote in message 
>news:n6n6m55jprvpb37f3mnhcli94p62qc5lsg@4ax.com...
>> Hi Folks,
>>
>> I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:
>>
>> My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed to 
>> user-3@company.com.
>> Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and user-2 to send all their mail 
>> mail with
>> user-3@company.com as the default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 
>> should be able to see all mail
>> sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by user-1 or 
>> by user-2.
>>
>> Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2 and 
>> vice versa.
>>
>> Thanks for your help!
>>
>> Frank
>>
>> Frank Denman
>> Denman Systems
>> news@denmansystemsx.com
>> [Please delete the "x" from my email address]
>
>
>Frank,
>
>I assume that User3 is sort of an info@domain.com or sales@domain.com 
>account that the other two users are receiving as and sending as the 
>account. But as Larry indicated, it would better help us to know the exact 
>reason why you are doing it. What I am providing below is a generic proc 
>showing how to provide mailbox permissions, and access the mailbox from 
>another account. The proc can vary depending on your goals.
>
>Create User3.
>Mailbox enabled User3.
>Send an email address to User3 or logon as User3 using OWA. This will 
>establish the mailbox.
>Open ADUC. Select View, Advanced Features.
>In ADUC, go to properties of User3
>   Select the Exchange Advanced tab.
>   Add User1 and User2 providing:
>      Delete Mailbox Storage
>      Read
>      Full Mailbox Access
>      Click Ok
>   Select Security Tab
>      Click Add
>      Add User1
>      In the Permissions list, Read, Send As, Receive As
>      Click Ok
>Repeat for User2
>
>Then go to User1's Outlook (this may differ slightly depending on Outlook 
>version).
>   Open Account Properties, More Settings, Advanced tab.
>   Click on Add
>   Type in User3's account name.
>   Click Ok
>   You wil see it show up as an additional mailbox in the bottom of the list 
>in Outlook
>Repeat for User3
>
>When sending an email, make sure the user account selects user3@domain.com 
>as the "From:" account. You will have to expose the "From:" option under 
>Options, depending on Outlook version.


-----------
Larry and Ace,

You're guessing correctly, there are actually only two users in this scenario.  In addition to
handling a very small amount of their own mail with their own sender address,  they need to handle a
larger volume of mail addressed to or sent from sales@company.com.   We'd like the default sender
address for both users to be sales@company.com, with the option for user-1 to send as
user-1@company.com  when occasionaly necessary; likewise sfor user-2.

Does this additional info change the above suggestions?

Thanks for your help!

frank

Frank Denman
Denman Systems
news@denmansystemsx.com
[Please delete the "x" from my email address]
0
Frank
1/30/2010 7:02:15 AM
"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@mvps.RemoveThisPart.org> wrote in message 
news:%23DFvlQXoKHA.1556@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> "Frank B Denman" <news@denmansystemsx.com> wrote in message 
> news:n6n6m55jprvpb37f3mnhcli94p62qc5lsg@4ax.com...
>> Hi Folks,
>>
>> I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:
>>
>> My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed to 
>> user-3@company.com.
>> Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and user-2 to send all their mail 
>> mail with
>> user-3@company.com as the default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 
>> should be able to see all mail
>> sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by user-1 
>> or by user-2.
>>
>> Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2 and 
>> vice versa.
>>
>> Thanks for your help!
>>
>> Frank
>>
>> Frank Denman
>> Denman Systems
>> news@denmansystemsx.com
>> [Please delete the "x" from my email address]
>
>
> Frank,
>
> I assume that User3 is sort of an info@domain.com or sales@domain.com 
> account that the other two users are receiving as and sending as the 
> account. But as Larry indicated, it would better help us to know the exact 
> reason why you are doing it. What I am providing below is a generic proc 
> showing how to provide mailbox permissions, and access the mailbox from 
> another account. The proc can vary depending on your goals.
>
> Create User3.
> Mailbox enabled User3.
> Send an email address to User3 or logon as User3 using OWA. This will 
> establish the mailbox.
> Open ADUC. Select View, Advanced Features.
> In ADUC, go to properties of User3
>   Select the Exchange Advanced tab.
>   Add User1 and User2 providing:
>      Delete Mailbox Storage
>      Read
>      Full Mailbox Access
>      Click Ok
>   Select Security Tab
>      Click Add
>      Add User1
>      In the Permissions list, Read, Send As, Receive As
>      Click Ok
> Repeat for User2
>
> Then go to User1's Outlook (this may differ slightly depending on Outlook 
> version).
>   Open Account Properties, More Settings, Advanced tab.
>   Click on Add
>   Type in User3's account name.
>   Click Ok
>   You wil see it show up as an additional mailbox in the bottom of the 
> list in Outlook
> Repeat for User3
>
> When sending an email, make sure the user account selects user3@domain.com 
> as the "From:" account. You will have to expose the "From:" option under 
> Options, depending on Outlook version.
>
> -- 
> Ace
>
> This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and 
> confers no rights.
>
> Please reply back to the newsgroup or forum for collaboration benefit 
> among responding engineers, and to help others benefit from your 
> resolution.
>
> Ace Fekay, MVP, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007, MCSE & 
> MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003
> Microsoft Certified Trainer
> Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
>
> If you feel this is an urgent issue and require immediate assistance, 
> please contact Microsoft PSS directly. Please check 
> http://support.microsoft.com for regional support phone numbers.
>



I'm sorry, I forgot to add, that the "User3" account could also be a Public 
Folder that all emails can go directly into it from the outside world, and 
User1 and User2 can have exclusive access, as well as provide Send As 
permissions to be able to send out as that address. This would negate the 
need of adding an additional User account and mailbox in AD/Exchange as well 
as negate the need to add the additional mailbox in User1 and User2's 
Outlook profile.

A public folder solution such as this, is more secure than the other method, 
since a public folder is not a security principal (an account that can be 
compromised and/or used to logon and do damage).

Ace 


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Ace
1/30/2010 7:10:59 AM
I know this is a Completely different Direction
But if you have Office 2007
any chance you could use Business Contact Manger?
Create the Database on the SBS box
Set up BCM for Each user
Have Linking to emails for Each "CLIENT"
When the User wants to see what "Activity" that has been sent/recieve
to each client they just Open up BCM check on History
and all the emails to/from the client are seen?

Any Chance that will work for you?
Russ
-- 
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.SBITS.Biz


"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" wrote:

> "Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@mvps.RemoveThisPart.org> wrote in message 
> news:%23DFvlQXoKHA.1556@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> > "Frank B Denman" <news@denmansystemsx.com> wrote in message 
> > news:n6n6m55jprvpb37f3mnhcli94p62qc5lsg@4ax.com...
> >> Hi Folks,
> >>
> >> I'm hoping this turns out to be a dumb question with an easy solution:
> >>
> >> My customer wants both user-1 and user-2 to receive all mail addressed to 
> >> user-3@company.com.
> >> Additionally, the customer wants user-1 and user-2 to send all their mail 
> >> mail with
> >> user-3@company.com as the default sender address.  User-1 and user-2 
> >> should be able to see all mail
> >> sent with the user-3@company.com sender address, whether sent by user-1 
> >> or by user-2.
> >>
> >> Any changes, deletions, etc, made by user-1 should be seen by user-2 and 
> >> vice versa.
> >>
> >> Thanks for your help!
> >>
> >> Frank
> >>
> >> Frank Denman
> >> Denman Systems
> >> news@denmansystemsx.com
> >> [Please delete the "x" from my email address]
> >
> >
> > Frank,
> >
> > I assume that User3 is sort of an info@domain.com or sales@domain.com 
> > account that the other two users are receiving as and sending as the 
> > account. But as Larry indicated, it would better help us to know the exact 
> > reason why you are doing it. What I am providing below is a generic proc 
> > showing how to provide mailbox permissions, and access the mailbox from 
> > another account. The proc can vary depending on your goals.
> >
> > Create User3.
> > Mailbox enabled User3.
> > Send an email address to User3 or logon as User3 using OWA. This will 
> > establish the mailbox.
> > Open ADUC. Select View, Advanced Features.
> > In ADUC, go to properties of User3
> >   Select the Exchange Advanced tab.
> >   Add User1 and User2 providing:
> >      Delete Mailbox Storage
> >      Read
> >      Full Mailbox Access
> >      Click Ok
> >   Select Security Tab
> >      Click Add
> >      Add User1
> >      In the Permissions list, Read, Send As, Receive As
> >      Click Ok
> > Repeat for User2
> >
> > Then go to User1's Outlook (this may differ slightly depending on Outlook 
> > version).
> >   Open Account Properties, More Settings, Advanced tab.
> >   Click on Add
> >   Type in User3's account name.
> >   Click Ok
> >   You wil see it show up as an additional mailbox in the bottom of the 
> > list in Outlook
> > Repeat for User3
> >
> > When sending an email, make sure the user account selects user3@domain.com 
> > as the "From:" account. You will have to expose the "From:" option under 
> > Options, depending on Outlook version.
> >
> > -- 
> > Ace
> >
> > This posting is provided "AS-IS" with no warranties or guarantees and 
> > confers no rights.
> >
> > Please reply back to the newsgroup or forum for collaboration benefit 
> > among responding engineers, and to help others benefit from your 
> > resolution.
> >
> > Ace Fekay, MVP, MCT, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008 & Exchange 2007, MCSE & 
> > MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003
> > Microsoft Certified Trainer
> > Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
> >
> > If you feel this is an urgent issue and require immediate assistance, 
> > please contact Microsoft PSS directly. Please check 
> > http://support.microsoft.com for regional support phone numbers.
> >
> 
> 
> 
> I'm sorry, I forgot to add, that the "User3" account could also be a Public 
> Folder that all emails can go directly into it from the outside world, and 
> User1 and User2 can have exclusive access, as well as provide Send As 
> permissions to be able to send out as that address. This would negate the 
> need of adding an additional User account and mailbox in AD/Exchange as well 
> as negate the need to add the additional mailbox in User1 and User2's 
> Outlook profile.
> 
> A public folder solution such as this, is more secure than the other method, 
> since a public folder is not a security principal (an account that can be 
> compromised and/or used to logon and do damage).
> 
> Ace 
> 
> 
> .
> 
0
Utf
1/30/2010 7:05:01 PM
"Russ - SBITS.Biz" <RussSBITSBiz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:AFCAAAD7-8A1C-4D66-AFF0-5E534410CE5C@microsoft.com...
>I know this is a Completely different Direction
> But if you have Office 2007
> any chance you could use Business Contact Manger?
> Create the Database on the SBS box
> Set up BCM for Each user
> Have Linking to emails for Each "CLIENT"
> When the User wants to see what "Activity" that has been sent/recieve
> to each client they just Open up BCM check on History
> and all the emails to/from the client are seen?
>
> Any Chance that will work for you?
> Russ
> -- 
> Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
> Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
> Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
> World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.SBITS.Biz
>

I haven't used BCM, but that wouldn't satisfy the Send As requirement the 
poster stated, or does it have accomodations for that?

Ace



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Ace
1/30/2010 8:43:58 PM
No it doesn't address the Send "AS"
But if the goal is just to make sure everyone see the other emails and make 
sure the Client is taken care of. BCM is better.

If you just do a "SEND AS"
it doesn't address the preverbial question: Did John Reply to this? or did 
Joe reply to this? or do I need to reply to this?

well just to make sure I'll respond to it. (And sure enough Joe and John 
both replied and thus the client got 3 Messages. (a waste of time and 
confusing to the client.) and as you know "Time = Money"


Russ
-- 
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.SBITS.Biz


"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" wrote:

> "Russ - SBITS.Biz" <RussSBITSBiz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
> news:AFCAAAD7-8A1C-4D66-AFF0-5E534410CE5C@microsoft.com...
> >I know this is a Completely different Direction
> > But if you have Office 2007
> > any chance you could use Business Contact Manger?
> > Create the Database on the SBS box
> > Set up BCM for Each user
> > Have Linking to emails for Each "CLIENT"
> > When the User wants to see what "Activity" that has been sent/recieve
> > to each client they just Open up BCM check on History
> > and all the emails to/from the client are seen?
> >
> > Any Chance that will work for you?
> > Russ
> > -- 
> > Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz
> > Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
> > Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
> > World Wide 24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.SBITS.Biz
> >
> 
> I haven't used BCM, but that wouldn't satisfy the Send As requirement the 
> poster stated, or does it have accomodations for that?
> 
> Ace
> 
> 
> 
> .
> 
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Utf
1/31/2010 8:27:01 PM
"Russ - SBITS.Biz" <RussSBITSBiz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message 
news:9595A1BD-1B45-4DBB-96F2-5D8E2081312D@microsoft.com...
> No it doesn't address the Send "AS"
> But if the goal is just to make sure everyone see the other emails and 
> make
> sure the Client is taken care of. BCM is better.
>
> If you just do a "SEND AS"
> it doesn't address the preverbial question: Did John Reply to this? or did
> Joe reply to this? or do I need to reply to this?
>
> well just to make sure I'll respond to it. (And sure enough Joe and John
> both replied and thus the client got 3 Messages. (a waste of time and
> confusing to the client.) and as you know "Time = Money"
>
>
> Russ


Understood. It would depend on Frank's business model and how John and Joe 
handle inbound messages, such as if they were handling all inbound sales to 
a generic name and want to send out as that generic name. Since we haven't 
heard back from Frank, we don't know.

Ace 


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Ace
2/1/2010 12:40:44 AM
Agreed
Most just create a 1 Mailbox and use it...
But that's why I like Microsoft OPTIONS.!

Russ

-- 
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Microsoft Certified Small Business Specialist
24hr SBS Remote Support - http://www.SBITS.Biz
Microsoft Online Services - http://www.microsoft-online-services.com


"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@mvps.RemoveThisPart.org> wrote in message 
news:eFhXxctoKHA.1892@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> "Russ - SBITS.Biz" <RussSBITSBiz@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in 
> message news:9595A1BD-1B45-4DBB-96F2-5D8E2081312D@microsoft.com...
>> No it doesn't address the Send "AS"
>> But if the goal is just to make sure everyone see the other emails and 
>> make
>> sure the Client is taken care of. BCM is better.
>>
>> If you just do a "SEND AS"
>> it doesn't address the preverbial question: Did John Reply to this? or 
>> did
>> Joe reply to this? or do I need to reply to this?
>>
>> well just to make sure I'll respond to it. (And sure enough Joe and John
>> both replied and thus the client got 3 Messages. (a waste of time and
>> confusing to the client.) and as you know "Time = Money"
>>
>>
>> Russ
>
>
> Understood. It would depend on Frank's business model and how John and Joe 
> handle inbound messages, such as if they were handling all inbound sales 
> to a generic name and want to send out as that generic name. Since we 
> haven't heard back from Frank, we don't know.
>
> Ace
> 
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Russ
2/1/2010 2:12:45 AM
"Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ@REMOVETHIS.sbits.biz> wrote in message 
news:CA0D4B3A-1A49-41F6-B9BB-AAD01F9CF255@microsoft.com...
> Agreed
> Most just create a 1 Mailbox and use it...
> But that's why I like Microsoft OPTIONS.!
>
> Russ

Agreed as well! Numerous options are available! :-)

Ace 


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Ace
2/1/2010 6:19:57 AM
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I have a user called small conference room that is used to schedule meetings on its calendar. I would like to link the calendar from our intranet site to the calendar with a UNC path. I am calling outlook: and I can get to my local mailbox and public folders but I am unable to connect to another users calendar. I am running Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003. Is there some security modifications that need to be done? Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Steve I believe that you will need full mailbox rights. -- Ed Crowley MVP - Exchange "Protecting the world from PSTs and brick backups!&...

Problem with named range for a large spreadsheet in Excel 2007
Hello, I am trying to generate a large Excel spreadsheet apprx. 10000 rows and 40 columns. I am generating defined name section in the Workbook.xml part of the XLSM package. Here is a sample entry from that section <definedName name="_._44802_._0_._0_._0_._top_line" localSheetId="0" hidden="1">Sheet1!$B$2</definedName> Although the generation goes fine, I can not open the spreadsheet as the Excel throws an error message saying the package is corrupt. But this is not the case if the spreadsheet is small say, 200 rows by 10 columns. ...

Can I share entities in migration process?
The entities in CRM have only one owning user. If I want=20 who a user see a entity of another user, the entity must=20 be shared with this user.=20 Well, I want migrate entities who must be shared with some=20 users. Exists a way to do it? Thank you for pay attention and sorry my bad english. []'s Vin=EDcius Pitta Lima de Ara=FAjo ...

Can't do adjustment in analytical accounting
I am trying to change an analytical assignmnet through the Edit Analysis. When I try and change it, I receive an error stating "The Code of this Transaction Dimension cannot be adjusted". Has anyone seen this before? I have done similar changes many times, but I don't know why I can't now. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks, KJ Hi KJ What version of Gp are you running? I haveseen this happen in 8 but one of the service packs fixed it. (I think it was SP 4 or 5) Fliehigh "KJ" wrote: > I am trying to change an analytical assignmnet through the Edit >...

Problem sending encrypted email in OLXP
Hello All, I am having a problem sending encrypted email messages using OLXP if they are NOT in HTML format. Everything seems to work fine with OL2000 and OL2003. Any ideas about what may be going on? GW Gee Weez <weez.gee@gmail.com> wrote: > I am having a problem sending encrypted email messages using OLXP if > they are NOT in HTML format. Everything seems to work fine with OL2000 > and OL2003. Any ideas about what may be going on? Do you tell your doctor you're "having problems" or do you describe your symptoms with as much precision as you can manage? -- ...

I cannot get Outlook to send/receive. Error says object not found
I just installed Outlook2007. I cannot get the send/receive to work. That is when the error says Object not found. If I go to accounts and properties, I run the two tests and they complete fine. What should I try next? Outlook 2007 is the only new program, all the rest are from Office 2003 IMK <IMK@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > I just installed Outlook2007. I cannot get the send/receive to work. > That is when the error says Object not found. If I go to accounts and > properties, I run the two tests and they complete fine. What should I > try next? Outlook 2007 is ...

How to set "licence" for Access 2007 database?
Hi I developed an Access 2007 db to a client. Now I want to make a year based licence for that database that the client must pay if they want to continue using the database after year. It must be so that database cannot be used after this date. How I can accomplish this? Thanks! On Mon, 12 Apr 2010 13:14:17 -0700 (PDT), Sandroid <santeri.virtanen@gmail.com> wrote: >Hi > >I developed an Access 2007 db to a client. Now I want to make a year >based licence for that database that the client must pay if they want >to continue using the database after year. It mu...

how to create a multiple conditional formula
I am trying the find a solution for the following multiple formula (example); IF(A1="K"; B1+(B1*C10);B1) AND IF(A1="N";B1+(B1*C11);B1). So actually two expressions in one formula. I can't find a good solution. Is there anybody who can help me? Thank you in advance. Ad Buijs =B1+B1*IF(A1="K",C10,if(A1="N",C11,0)) "Ad Buijs" wrote: > I am trying the find a solution for the following multiple formula (example); > IF(A1="K"; B1+(B1*C10);B1) AND IF(A1="N";B1+(B1*C11);B1). So actually two > expressions ...

How can I change text to proper text in multiple cells.
I need to change names that are all in caps to proper case in 100 cells. If I click each one individually, it works, but I need to be able to perfomr this funcion automatically on all the cells. One other post said to be sure calc is set to automatic and mine is. Any instruction is most appreciated. Thank you. Insert a helper column to the right of the column with the names. Then use a formula like: =proper(a1) and drag down that column Then select that column edit|copy select the original range Edit|paste special|Values And then delete the helper column. bethye99 wrote: > > I...

can't open new worksheets in a separate window
I've been trying to open multiple wookbooks in Excel, but they won't open in a new window. Instead they continue to open in the same window - one on top of the other. I've tried playing around with the maximize and restore, but to no avail. I tried right clicking on the Excel button in the taskbar to cascade the windows, but the pop-up menu is inactive. any advice would be greatly appreciated. Running Excel 2003, Windows XP. This might be it: Tools - Options - View tab - Show: Windows in taskbar. Earl Kiosterud www.smokeylake.com "3R's" <3R's@di...

Can validation lists be enlarged
When a validtion list is created can this be enlarged in a spreadsheet which has been reduced to view. Hi for a workaround see: http://www.contextures.com/xlDataVal08.html#Larger -- Regards Frank Kabel Frankfurt, Germany "AC" <AC@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:B6A557E7-7B2C-459B-94CE-02606B6CAB3A@microsoft.com... > When a validtion list is created can this be enlarged in a spreadsheet which > has been reduced to view. ...

Remote humans can't get email addressed to them from within the do
I call them remote humans because they are not "users" set up on the SBS2003 system. I've set up a local domain, call it domain.local, and the email domain is domain.org. For all internal users, there is no problem. But there are two people, out of state, with email addresses user1@domain.org and user2@domain.org. Our email is hosted, and we use the POP3 connector to bring it into our Exchange server. We do not use POP3 connector for the remote humans - their Outlook client has the POP3 account set up on it. These remotes will never connect to the local domain, all th...

Please Help with Multiple Field Primary Keys
I have two tables in a database that have to use four fields for a unique identifier and primary key. How do I set up a query to set a relationship between those four fields together as one? When I add the tables to the query I see the fields, but I am not having any success properly setting the relationships. The upper half of the query design window is where the 2 tables appear. Drag Field1 from Table1, and drop it into Field1 from Table2. Access displays a join line from one table to the other. Drag Field2 from Table1, and drop it into Field2 from Table2. Repeat for the other 3 f...

How can I create Schedule Chart?
I have simply an activity list which shows START and FINISH date of related activity. I need to put this information into a Chart, so that i will get a bar chart highligting the line between the START and FINISH date of the activity. It is very similar to what we can create in Microsoft Project. Do you know a specific chart type for this? It's called a Gantt chart: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA010346051033.aspx http://peltiertech.com/Excel/Charts/GanttLinks.html http://www.mrexcel.com/tip058.shtml -- David Biddulph "mezzanine1974" <savas_karaduman@yahoo.com>...

Problem with different versions of Access
Hello, I am working on a VBA Access pplication which connects to a SQL Server database. I have a continuous form displayed with data, ad it is linked to a database table, so when I enter a value from my form the data in instantaneously updated in the database. The problem I have is that this form works perfectly when I am developping, and using my developpement environement (with Access allowing me to set breakpoints, go step by step in the code and so on), but it does not work when I use it in the PC of the ending user : in this case, when I enter a value in the form, and click in a...

Changing Domain Name through Internet Address Management Wizard
Hi Guys I know its weekend. but i need to post for peace of mind. I have a client using SBS 2008 STD.He isusing remote.mydomain.com address through Internet address management wizard. Now he wants to change to remote.mynewdomain.com as old domain is too long. Is there any way so we can change through IAMW. run the wiz, job done. "Atul Sood" <atulsood@live.com> wrote in message news:uVlbmkd3KHA.4028@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl... > Hi Guys > > I know its weekend. but i need to post for peace of mind. I have a client > using SBS 2008 STD.He isusing rem...

OWA: Cannot send mail / mail goes to draft folder
Hello, I have the same problem how SC. I have an OWA 2003 and if I sent a mail the mail goes every in the draft folder. I can't send it. Please help me! Greetings Christof ...