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Hi, all. I have an NDR being sent to the user when he tries to forward mail from the mailbox of another user, to which he has full access. The NDR looks like this: Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients. Subject: Mail subject Sent: 9/14/2006 11:42 AM The following recipient(s) could not be reached: Internal Recipient on 9/14/2006 11:42 AM You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For assistance, contact your system administrator. MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:/DC=com/DC=domain:EXCHANGE-SERVER User forwards mail as himself not on behalf of original owner of the message. In 50% of cases he can forward mail without any problems. But in 50% he gets such NDR. When I tracked this message in ESM, I've seen just two records: 9/14/2006 11:42 AM Report generated internally 9/14/2006 11:42 AM Report delivered to Sender So why is such happens and is it possible to fix it? Server: Exchange 2003 SP1 (Build 7226.6) installed on the cluster of two nodes. OS: Windows 2003 Enterprise on both nodes Thanks in advance

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What do you mean by Full Access? What exactly are the mailbox permission settings for another user’s account?

Why there’s a need for that user to forward to another as himself? How many recipients are there and are they same every time?

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  • Ralfeus
    This user has role "Publishing author" for whole mailbox and "Owner" for Inbox. I don't know why exactly this user needs to forward messages from alien mailbox as himself. I'm not able to communicate with users as they don't speak English :-) And communication via User Helpdesk is pointless :-) But I don't see anything strange in this need. The important point as for me is fact that this error is not permanent. User usually can forward messages in this way. But sometimes he can't. But later (one day later) he's able to forward this message. It would be possible just to ignore. But since user is big boss, he wants this error to do not occur.
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  • Aalborz43
    Not sure where you getting Publishing Author or "Inbox" owner? I'm referring to Mailbox Rights for the other user's Active Directory account. It's listed under Exchange AdvancedMailbox rights. Then you scroll down and select the user's account who is getting the NDR and in the bottom pane (Permissions for), check to see if he has at least Full Access and Read permissions.
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  • Ralfeus
    I know what are you talking about. The user has no any specific AD permissions on that mailbox. It should not be necessary as user has to be able to provide access to his mailbox himself. MAPI permissions is enough for this.
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