I hope I'm in the right place for this question (first time on the forum).
On Windows XP, Outlook 2003, we have domain mailboxes set up that can be added on our outlooks. The problem is, once one user on the PC is given access to a given mailbox, all other user profiles cannot access this mail box. Is there a work around for this?
I read this post on Experts exchange that sounds very similar if not exact to the problem I have. That forum charges money to get answers so I figured I would look around and try and find it before having to do that. Here is his post:
I run a small business network of 12 users on a single SBS 2003\Exchange 2003 server. We're in the process of bringing on 60-70 home based independant contractors who DO NOT need access to any files\applications\printers on our server but DO need an exchange email account within our domain.
Can I create exchange email accounts for each of the contractors without assigning them a domain account? If I add all the contractors as users I'll blow past my SBS user limit and force a migration to Windows Server simply to hand out email accounts for people who work out of their home.
I'm not sure if that exactly what I need but it sounds close. If anyone could help or point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you in advance.