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Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

(OP)
Outlook2000 + Small Business Server (Exchange 5.5)

You can specify in Outlook to open additional mailboxes, but when you try and open the mailbox, it says that the folder cannot be displayed. I believe that this problem has been fixed in Exchange SP3. Has anybody tried this and is it safe to install SP3 on SBS?

Thanx
LabNinja

RE: Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

To be able to open other mailboxes the user must have rights tot he mailbox. Right click and choose properties then click on permissions. Click Add to give someone the rights to open the mailbox.

RE: Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

(OP)
They have permissions - please read the question!

RE: Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

Sorry,
We were able to fix this problem without applying SP3.

RE: Open multiple mailboxes in Outlook?

I have also been able to open additional mailboxes without SP3 as long as my NT account has been given permisions to the mailbox through exchange. Besides, your question does not state anything to do with permissions.

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