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How Do I Add a Shared Mailbox in Microsoft Outlook 2007

Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Add a Shared Mailbox in Microsoft Outlook 2007
  1. Open Microsoft Outlook 2007
  2. Click Tools in the Toolbar
  3. Click Account Settings
  4. Select the E-Mail tab
  5. Highlight your mailbox, click the Change button
  6. Click the More Settings button
  7. Select the Advance tab
  8. Click the Add button
  9. Type the Shared E-Mail Address
  10. Click the Apply and Ok buttons
  11. Click Next, Finish, and Close buttons
  • The shared mailbox should populate under your main mailbox (left panel).

How to send as shared mailbox in Microsoft Office 2007:

  1. Open a new Mail Message
  2. Click on the Options tab
  3. Click the Show From button
  4. Type in the Shared E-Mail Address in the From field
  5. Send message
  • If you do not have Send As permissions for the shared mailbox, Exchange will not allow you to send.
  • In some cases when you have Send As permission, you may see the error message "You don't have permission to send to: <destination email address>". That is a known issue with Outlook, there is no ETA for a fix. The message can be ignored.

 

See also: How Do I Add a Shared Mailbox in Microsoft Outlook 2010

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