[ExchangeList] Re: Outlook 2003 Delegate error

  • From: "Rich Gallo" <RGallo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 15:01:30 -0400

I actually saw that post and tried it, but that didn't work. :-( I
literally just fixed it, here is what I did to make it work:

 

I added the user object to his own security tab in his account
properties box in AD Users and Computers.  I gave him Full Control.
That fixed it.  I just don't understand why that would happen with just
one user.  SIGH...

 

Thanks for writing back though!!!! :-)

 

Rich

 

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Try this:

 

> I found out what it is.  It's related to this recent Outlook security 
> update -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913807
<http://support.microsoft.com/kb/913807> .  If you uninstall 
> that, the problem goes away.  I've been told that M$ is working on a 
> resolution for the quirky behavior that goes along w/the update. 

That fixed it for me....the boss finally got an admin assistant and 
wanted to delegate everything and I've been scouring the Exchange to 
see what permissions were wrong.  oila - took off the Outlook update 
and it went through just fine as I would have expected it to.... 

how did you ever find that the update was the problem??  Pure genious. 

thanks!! 

 

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Hi everyone,

 

Pulling my hair out on this one (and of course, it is happening to the
CFO :-().  When he tries to add a delegate for his contacts and
calendar, he is getting a message saying: 

 

"The Delegates settings were not saved correctly.  Unable to activate
send-on-behalf-of list.  You do not have sufficient permission to
perform this operation on this object."  

 

This seems to be happening to only this one user, but I don't really see
anything wrong with his permissions in Exchange (2003 by the way)...
Any ideas on this? Thanks so much!!

 

Rich

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