Posted 24 August 2007 - 05:04 PM
Ok, here is the situation.
I have one user that has to log onto a computer under a "generic" log-on, as this computer is used by several employees. He has an email address for his own profile, and I was able to setup Outlook to bring in his email. The problem is that he cannot send email in response to those he recieves when logged on the generic profile. (error: you do not have permission to send for this user)
On the Exchange server, I have given the generic logon full permissions on his email box, but it still does not allow the sending of email.
At this point, the only way he can send email, is if he uses the http remote email. The issue with this is that in order for the others to use the same email address, he has to give them his password...
I am not certain what I am overlooking. I have made this same post on Microsoft Technet, but no one seems to know what to do there. (I am MCP) but have never even heard of this issue. Normally changing permissions on the Exchange server corrects the problem...
Thanks for your help