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    Outlook Forms (Office 2003 SP 1)

    Do forms have individual security?
    How do I tell?
    Can I change it?

    I have a database that is creating an email from a form template.
    I can populate the To, the FlagIcon, the FlagStatus, FlagDueBy, and even the SentOnBehalfOfName.
    However, when I then try to set the .UserProperties("AssociateName") or any of the other .UserProperties
    They do change, but then when I click the Send for the email to be sent, I am getting an error.

    “You do not have sufficient permissions to perform this operation on this object. See the folder contact or your system administrator.”

    According to the Outlook gurus, I have the correct permissions on the Exchange server for the mailbox.
    That seems to leave the form itself.

    Any ideas?


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    Richard

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    Re: Outlook Forms (Office 2003 SP 1)

    I think I fuond the issue.
    The .SentOnBehalfName that the code was sending. Outlook did not like that value.

    I updated the value being sent and the code seems to be sending the emails with no errors.
    Richard

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    Re: Outlook Forms (Office 2003 SP 1)

    Nice debugging job. Thanks for posting the solution.

    Joe
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