reviewer shared mailbox permissions allows send

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Exchange 2003 SP3
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Outlook 2003
Outlook 2007
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I have a shared mailbox setup with "reviewer" permissions.  When I open a message within the shared mailbox, I am able to forward the message to my primary mailbox by changing the "From" field to my e-mail address.

This defeats the purpose of having "reviewer" access.

I do not have "Send As", "Send on Behalf" or "Delegate" permissions to this shared mailbox.

Does anyone know if this is by design, or how this process can be denied?

Thanks....

 



Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2003 & 2007 - Exchange Enterprise 2003 SP2 (version 6.5 - Build 7638.2)

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Does anyone know if this is by design, or how this process can be denied?

This is by design in the fact the user has the ability to READ the content. Once a user has the ability to read the content you can’t prevent them from sending something on.

It would be pointless to be able to block a user from forwarding information. As he could just retype it.

This does not defeat the purpose of Reviewer Access.

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