You can designate specific users who can send mail on behalf of
the public folder. You can also specify a forwarding address and
set recipient limits. These options are available only for
On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click
If administrative groups are displayed, expand
Administrative Groups, and then expand the group you want to
In the console tree, expand Folders, and then expand the
folder tree containing the folder you want to work with.
Right-click a mail-enabled folder, and then click
On the Exchange General tab, click Delivery
To assign a delegate to send mail on behalf of the public
folder, click Add. Select a user, and then click Add.
Continue adding users until all users that you want to add are
listed in the lower box, and then click OK.
To enter a forwarding address, select Forward to, and
then click Modify. Select a folder, and then click
Select Deliver messages to both forwarding address and
folder to receive a copy in both places.