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Re: SBS 2003 User Issue



Thanks Larry - the marketing person will just be holding email
conversations with potential clients; they've gone past the
campaigning part

The marketing people are suggesting that if they have an email address
at our domain then they will not confuse the potential client

So there will not be many emails at all and they'll be for a short
amount of time (I'll put an Expiry date on the account)

We are a small firm and we've contracted the marketing company to work
on our behalf so we don't want to send the emails for them

Is there anything else I can do in SBS 2003?

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Merv Porter [SBS-MVP]

Yep. (scroll)

Merv Porter [SBS-MVP]

"Bill Sanderson" <bill_sanderson@newsgroup> wrote in message

> Scroll down past all the c**p--you can still see the answers.

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Thanks both for your patience!

There lies the rub. I don't want to have to set the Client Permissions
of 'None' to all the top level Public Folders - we have about 300! You
can't cascade the 'None' permission through all top evel folders

I downloaded OWAAdmin but that failed to work in IE8

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In article <a1dffc0f-139d-4df5-95ae-ad4ed0f878b3
@b2g2000yqi.googlegroups.com>, chris.h@newsgroup says...

> Our company wants to allow a 3rd party marketing company to send
> emails as if they were employed by us (so using our domain). I thought
> that using OWA may be the best route
A third party company can send email with a reply of your domain name,
they don't need to do it using your email server.

You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.
Trust yourself.
spam999free@newsgroup (remove 999 for proper email address)

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