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I have set up a user to autoarchive all of his folders to a shared drive on our LAN (in exactly the same way as 40 other users, who are problem-free), but every time it runs he gets the following errror message:

Error while archiving folder "IPM_SUBTREE" in store "Mailbox - User". You do not have appropriate permission to perform this operation.

If I try manually to archive any of the folders, I get:

Error while archiving store "Mailbox - User". You do not have appropriate permission to perform this operation.

He's logged in to the domain just like all the other users and of course he has permission to access his own mailbox, so this is more than a little confusing.

Any ideas?

Thanks

Rich


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Hi:

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sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object. See the
folder contact or your sys admin."

The user, user 1, has added a mailbox, mailbox 1 to her profile. She has
reviewer rights on this mailbox/folder so she can open messages sent to
mailbox 1 from other users. Just recently, messages sent to mailbox 1 from
user 2, produce the above error when she tries to open the messages. I
discovered that user 2 has the Read Receipt requested option set to all his
sent messages, thus this feature appears to cause the permission error. When
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Hi All,

I have a web application that creates contacts in public folders on Exchange
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information, a domain user is able to open the contact with no problems. As
soon as the same contact is saved with business or home address information,
the user receives a permission error from Outlook when trying to re-open the
contact.

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sufficient permission to perform this operation on this object. See the
folder contact or your system administrator

Thanks,

Patrick

Hello,

I'm getting permission errors while trying to load a dll file dynamically
(Assembly.LoadFile( ... ) ) from within an outlook addin.

Anyone a solution for granting this permission?

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Hello,

We're migrating from a third-party mailsystem to Exchange 2003 with
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today) and individual- folder levels (not sure exactly how).

After migrating several mailboxes, we can't make any modifications to
the the folder permissions at mailbox-level using Outlook because it
gives a cannot modify client permissions error. Tried the workaround
of adding and removing a delegate to rewite the ACL to no avail.

We can change the permissions at folder level, e.g., on the Inbox,
Calendar, Sent Items etc.

Using PfDavAdmin, we "fixed" the DACL at mailbox-level but that
fixedit by removing all the permissions at that level. (It reported
the permissions as "Good" before the fix anyway.)

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this please, preferably using Outlook?

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- Alan.

When trying to send/recieve emails, I am getting a permissions error.  The error says "You do not have permissions to perform this operation."

Hello,

We're migrating from a third-party mailsystem to Exchange 2003 with
Outlook 2003 (latest SPs on both). The migration tool also migrates
the folder permissions from the old system at both mailbox- (Outlook
today) and individual- folder levels (not sure exactly how).

After migrating several mailboxes, we can't make any modifications to
the the folder permissions at mailbox-level using Outlook because it
gives a cannot modify client permissions error. Tried the workaround
of adding and removing a delegate to rewite the ACL to no avail.

We can change the permissions at folder level, e.g., on the Inbox,
Calendar, Sent Items etc.

Using PfDavAdmin, we "fixed" the DACL at mailbox-level but that
fixedit by removing all the permissions at that level. (It reported
the permissions as "Good" before the fix anyway.)

Does anyone know of a less destructive/time-consuming way to workaroud
this please, preferably using Outlook?

Thanks,

- Alan.

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Changed to the Distribution list membership could not be saved. You do not
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2003.Exchange 5.5 Server and Exchange 2003 Server are in different
Orginisations.
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to Exchange 2003(on NEW Organization).
But when I run Exchange server Migration Wizard I get the following error: "
Invalid server specified or you do not have permission required to complete
the operation". And occur the event id 7048 with the source MSExchangeMig.

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What can I do?
Please :This is really urgent ,Need some expertise on this issue.
Thanks.
--
fasahat

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fasahat

I have Exchange 2000 SP3. All my users share their calendars. The
receptionist is usually the one who maintains others calendars. Adding
appts, etc (it's a Dr office).

Anyway my problem is that whenever a new user is created (in this case a new
receptionist) and they are given access to everyones elses calendars they
cannot access all the items on the calendar even though they've been given
Editor rights in OutlookXP. Outlook will popup an Access Denied error and
will only show the recurring appointments. The current receptionist does not
have any issues with the calendars and I can't find any differences between
the existing permissions and the new user's permissions. The default
permission for every user's calendar is Reviewer. Anonymous has None. The
receptionists are the only ones who have editor permissions on the calendars.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks
--
Rob


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