Unable to activate send-on-behalf-of list - More details

Unable to activate send-on-behalf-of list - More details

Post by TWljaGFlbC » Thu, 07 May 2009 20:06:02


Situation:

- Win2003 Server with Exchange 2003
- Both have the newest patches

Problem:

- User A has full rights on his post-box
- He wants to set delegations, works fine from his profile
- Now he wants to set a delegate from another profile (Group post-box)
- He is able to set this delegate via TOOLS OPTIONS DELEGATES, select a
name and enables all options with full rights, but after APPLY the error
message HE DELEGATES SETTINGS WERE NOT SAVE CORRECTLY. UNABLE TO ACTIVATE
SEND-ON-BEHALF-OF-LIST. YOU DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT PERMISSION TO PERFORM THIS
OPERATION ON THIS OBJECTcomes.

This problem occurs on all user accounts in our company after installation
of the last service pack of Outlook. We can uninstall the service pack, so
we have to look for another solution.


Any advices?

Best regards


Michael
 
 
 

Unable to activate send-on-behalf-of list - More details

Post by Rich Mathe » Fri, 08 May 2009 10:54:42

On Wed, 6 May 2009 04:06:02 -0700, Michael Stiewe


>- He is able to set this delegate via TOOLS ?OPTIONS ?DELEGATES, select a > >name and enables all options with full rights, but after APPLY the error > >message 揟HE DELEGATES SETTINGS WERE NOT SAVE CORRECTLY. UNABLE TO ACTIVATE > >SEND-ON-BEHALF-OF-LIST. YOU DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT PERMISSION TO PERFORM THIS > >OPERATION ON THIS OBJECT?comes>
>This problem occurs on all user accounts in our company after installation>
>of the last service pack of Outlook. We can抰 uninstall the service pack, so>
>we have to look for another solution>
>Any advices?

If the mailbox "owner" isn't logging on as the account that /really/
owns the mailbox then the pseudo-owner really need to have the "write
personal information" permission granted on the user that truely owns
the mailbox.

"Full mailbox permission" is a mailbox permission. For him to modify
the attributes of the /user/ he need permission on the user. Remember,
assigning a delegate modifies the AD property "publicDelegates".
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Rich Matheisen
MCSE+I, Exchange MVP