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Enforce Exchange rules on non-default ma

By kenh@techrepublic ·
I have several Exchange mailboxes to which I have access (we use them as response addresses for different initiatives). I've written several client-side Exchange rules to check for and route daemon messages and such, but I can't seem to get these rules to run against any mailbox other than my own default. Does anybody have a client-side answer?
I'm also going to post a similar question to thisvone under the title "Enforce Exchange rules on non-default mailboxes, server-side?", if anyone has information about porting client permissions to the Exchange server.

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by aabate In reply to Enforce Exchange rules on ...

You can't do this. Beleive me, I supported OL97 and 98 for 2 years. :)
Everything from Rules, to Reminders to delivery will only fire off for the Default Delivery location specified in the Tolls/Service/Delivery options. Whever you set this to is the ONLY place to have events happen.

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by gary.slinger In reply to Enforce Exchange rules on ...

Instead of using mailboxes, could you use public folders? You would then be able to assign folder assistant rules to them. The PF's can be assigned the email address in place of the mailbox one.

Gary

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