> thanks for your answer. I found this info already in the MS knowledge base.
> Problem is, a client in IMO config cannot select which mailbox to open if
> NTLM is in use. The mailbox opened is the one that has as its primary NT
> acct. the account used in the PC during login.
And what if several mailboxes have that account as Primary?
Quote:> So the question is: how can a
> user check another mailbox (provided he is permitted as you describe in your
> reply) if he has an IMO installation of Outlook and Secure Password
> Authentication selected.
There is one fundamental problem - IMO means POP3, which means NO advanced
features of Exchange/Outlook. Create second mail profile for second mailbox and
instruct user to switch between profiles to "check" second (3rd, 4th etc)
Or use OL in Corp/WG mode with offline folders.
> Thanks Again
> > Mailbox properties/Permissions tab.
> > If you do not see Permissions tab navigate to Exch admin
> > prog/Tools/Options/Permissions and check "Show Permissions ...".
> > > Hi All,
> > > I am running an exchange 5.5 and I have the following question:
> > > How can a user's mailbox be checked (and his/her mail retrieved) form
> > > another NT user. This is needed in the case where a manager wants his
> > > secretary to check his email. The manager has a mailbox on the server
> > > the sec does not. Moreover, we do not want to start opening mail
> accounts to
> > > everyone as there is a company policy as to who will use email. The
> > > manager's mailbox has his NT account as Primary and he might want to
> > > his mail too.
> > > Pls. note that I am using NTLM authentication and hence, the PC's logon
> > > credentials are sent to the exchange for authentication and the client's
> > > "username" and "Password" fields cannot be used.
> > > TIA
> > > Yiannos Venieris
> > --
> > Corrections are welcome.
> > Please keep all discussions in NG, so that everybody can participate.
> > Kirill
Corrections are welcome.
Please keep all discussions in NG, so that everybody can participate.