You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation


I am using Outlook 2007. I am trying to move some messages from my corporate
Exchange folders to my personal folders (.pst) and I get the message: "Cannot
move the items. You don't have appropriate permission to perform this
operation."

I can move messages ok within the .pst folders but not from Exchange to
..pst. I want to do this to be able to save some messages as I have no further
space on the exchange server.

I suspect this is being blocked by a domain policy or registry setting.
Initially, I was not even able to access PST files. I found a registry
setting called "DisablePST" which I set to 0, then I was able to access my
..pst file. However, I can't move any emails from exchange to these folders
due to the above error.

Appreciate any help

Thanks


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I have set up two AOL email accounts on Outlook 2003 on my fathers laptop.
Everytime he sends an instant reply we have no problems. However, when the
reply takes a little longer to write he get's the following error message and
the email will not send: "You don't have appropriate permission to perform
this operation". What causes this error message and how can I resolve it?




When right click file and select sent tomail recipient and error appear "you
don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation". How to fis this
problem?

Thanks,




Hi Guys,

I am writting a code in c# using Visual Studio 2005 on windows vista
platform to retrieve the emails messages from my outlook 2007 inbox and I am
getting the error message:

{"You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation."}

This error message occurs when I am performing the task of saving the
MailItem into a directory where I have full Control to read and write and I
am an administrator on my lcoal vista system. I have also checked the
permissions and made sure that I have full on control on outlook storage
folder i.e; (C:Usersuser nameAppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook.

I am pasting the piece of code and have marked the culprit line in CAPITALS.

void ProcessItem(MailItem obj)
{
if (obj is MailItem)
{

string sub = obj.Subject;//for testing
if (obj != null)
{
obj.SaveAs(this.folderBrowserDialog1.SelectedPath,
Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.OlSaveAsType.olMS G );// THIS IS THE CULPRIT
}
}

Could you please suggest if I am missing anything obvious.
--
SKP




My Windows XP downloads updates automatically for installation.

I'm not sure if it's a coincidence or not, but I'm noticing after a recent
update, that I'm having problems in Outlook (XP). Now, when I look up a
Contact in my address book, I get "Outlook could
not find the requested contact. You don't have appropriate permission to
perform this operation."

Also, it seems like I'm having a problem opening email attachments.

Any ideas?

Thanks.




I don't understand and don't know where to look at this issue.
People get error message "You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation"
When they create a rule in Outlook to by choosing option "Have server reply with specific message"
MC




Hello Blair,
Did you ever resolve this issue? I'm having the same problem.
Thanks,
Jamie

"Blair Wilson" wrote:

Help Needed!

When I click on "send/receive" I get "You don't have appropriate permission
to perform this operation". I am using MS Office 2K3 and WinXP. I deleted
all profiles after saving outlook.pst file. I have created a new profile.
Has anybody experienced this issue before? If so, please share your
resolution with me. Any/All suggestions are welcomed. Thanks in advance.

Blair




Hi Guys,

I am writting a code in c# using Visual Studio 2005 on windows vista
platform to retrieve the emails messages from my outlook 2007 inbox and I am
getting the error message:

{"You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation."}

This error message occurs when I am performing the task of saving the
MailItem into a directory where I have full Control to read and write and I
am an administrator on my lcoal vista system. I have also checked the
permissions and made sure that I have full on control on outlook storage
folder i.e; (C:UsersAppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook.

I am pasting the piece of code and have marked the culprit line in CAPITALS.

void ProcessItem(MailItem obj)
{
if (obj is MailItem)
{

string sub = obj.Subject;//for testing
if (obj != null)
{
obj.SaveAs(this.folderBrowserDialog1.SelectedPath,
Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.OlSaveAsType.olMSG );// THIS IS THE CULPRIT
}
}

Could you please suggest if I am missing anything obvious.
--
SKP




I am receiving this error when I try to put in an appt. you don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation error in outlook 2007

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I receive the message "you don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation" when trying to delete emails from my outlook mailbox.

What's the best way to fix this -- permanently, if possible, as I have had it and fixed it several/many times!

Thank you,





I run Windows 7 64 bit and MS Office Pro 2003. I am trying to restore my Outlook .pst file and the following error pops up:

You don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation

 

Any suggestions?

 




Hi I am having the same problem as BigCat. Moving items from OST to PST
will generate error "Can't move the items. You do not have the
appropriate permission to perform this operation."

This happen to Outlook 2003 SP2 and above. Please help!!!

Brian's tips does not help at all. Anyone has any idea on this???

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Hi I am having the same problem as BigCat. Moving items from OST to PST
will generate error "Can't move the items. You do not have the
appropriate permission to perform this operation."

This happen to Outlook 2003 SP2 and above. Please help!!!

Brian's tips does not help at all. Anyone has any idea on this???

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One of my users has a calendar he publishes via FTP to the web. Sometimes
when he chooses "save as web page" it work fine. Most of the time it returns
the error "you don't have appropriate permission to perform this operation"
or just locks up for a few minutes and then returns the error.

I set it up so the file name is

I have looked all over the web and Technet for an answer and have found
nothing. Has anyone here run into this problem and found a solution.

He is runnning 2003, SP3, with sp3 hotfix applied. Has administrator rights
on his machine and on the domain. This is Exchange 2003.
If you need more information please let me know. I have spent way too many
hours on this issue.

Thanks,

John




I have the same problem after having to manually complete many of the steps
associated with migrating from one laptop to another. (The IBM migration
assistant doesn't know how to deal with migration between two accounts that
don't have precisely the same name.) I can access my personal and archive
files from within Outlook. I can (also recreated) send and recieve test
messages from Outlook account setup. I can send e-mail messages to another
computer. When I push send/receive I get your error. If I try to change
send/receive group settings, I don't get there, but I get no error message.

"Blair Wilson" wrote:

Help Needed!

When I click on "send/receive" I get "You don't have appropriate permission
to perform this operation". I am using MS Office 2K3 and WinXP. I deleted
all profiles after saving outlook.pst file. I have created a new profile.
Has anybody experienced this issue before? If so, please share your
resolution with me. Any/All suggestions are welcomed. Thanks in advance.

Blair




Hi,
 
I am having an intermittent problem with people using Outlook 2003 and Exchange 2003. 
 
The symptoms are that when you click on 'Forward' for certain Emails, straight away you get a message box which states:-
 
Microsoft Office Outlook
 
"You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object.  See the folder contact or your system administrator."
 
The other thing worth mentioning is that we are currently migrating between Email systems and the Email in question has been sent to the users OLD Email address (not registered in Exchange) and has been redirected to their new Email address.
 
So I am wondering if there could be some funny to do with the old Email address in the mail to be forwarded.  Unfortunately the error occurs before the forwarded mail has actually been generated, so I don't know how I can investigate this.
 
So to reiterate, An Email from an external source has been sent to someone's old Email address.
 
This was automatically relayed to their new mailbox.
 
However, when they right-click on the Email and select 'Forward' (or click on 'Forward' within the Email) instead of creating a new mail, comes up with the above error.
 
So this is when you click forward not when you try and actually send.
 
It is possible to forward the Email as an attachment by dragging it into another email. 
 
Also I was sent it as an attachment and when I opened it up and selected forward, I did not get the error message.
 
If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, please let me know.
 
Thanks!

 
Jon Scriven




Hi,

Trying to forward a message in a public folder gives "you do not have
significant permissions to perform this operation on this object".

Any ideas? What does "significant permissions" mean?

Thanks,

Alan
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I am trying to assign delegation to a user and I receive the following message.

The delegates settings were not saved correctly.  Cannot activate Send-on-behalf-of list.  You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object.

We are using 2010 for the server and client.  There are only specific mailboxes that this is happening for after being migrated from Lotus Notes.  The user can use their mailfile fine however it is just the delegation that appears corrupted somehow.  I'm not sure how to fix this.  I have checked the access through the security tab in ad and that looks fine.

Any help would be appreciated.





Question:

When attempting to add delegate by using Outlook, the error "The Delegate settings were not saved correctly. Unable to activate send-on-behalf-of list. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object" is encountered.

 

 

Answer:

The issue may occur if:

 

1. Configuring a delegate for someone else when you are not logged into Windows under that account.

For example, log into Windows as UserA and start Outlook with a profile for UserB’s mailbox. Then, try to add UserC as the delegate for UserB. In this scenario you will get the above error.

 

2. Error adding delegate when you do not have access to a “writable” global catalog server

 

If your Outlook client does not have access to a GC where you can write AD properties you will receive the above error when you attempt to add a delegate. I would like to explain that the issue is by design. Neverthless, there is a post SP3 Outlook 2003 hotfix and an Outlook 2007 hotfix developed to make Outlook work better in this scenario.

 

Before this hotfix was created, the "Send on Behalf" (PublicDelegates) permission was considered a mandatory part of adding a delegate. This hotfix lets you add the delegate without setting the "Send on Behalf" (PublicDelegates) property.

 

For additional details on this fix, please see the following articles:

946208       &n bsp;    Error message when you try to add a delegate in Outlook 2003: "The Delegates settings were not saved correctly"

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;946208

 

950794       &n bsp;    Error message when you try to add a delegate in Outlook 2007: "The Delegates settings were not saved correctly"

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;EN-US;950794

 

3. The SELF account does not have the "Write Personal Information" right on the user account that is trying to add the delegate.

 

Note: Support for delegation across multiple Outlook versions is NOT supported if either the manager or delegate is using Outlook 2007. This is a change from earlier Outlook versions where cross-version support was “not recommended.”

 

Please see the following article for further details.

924470 - The delegates and the manager must all use Outlook 2007 when you use delegates in Outlook 2007




Another weird issue.

We have a BIG WIG distribution group setup where we have one user as the 'Managed by' user and when she attempts to add a member she receives an error message:

"Microsoft Office Outlook: Changes to the distribution list membership cannot be saved. You do not have sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object."

Our HelpDesk group assigned the user with Managed by rights last week and it still hasn't updated. OAB/oOo works fine, non-cache/cache mode works fine too.

One thing that I noticed is when I checked active directory, I found the distribution list but the check mark "manager can update membership list" was NOT checked off. I've checked it since but have not confirmed with the user that this its working.

If I set a manager to a distribution list do I also need to make the adjustment in active directory? Or shouldn't it update itself.

Any Ideas?