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Windows Using Outlook/Exchange to "Send as"

Discussion in 'Software' started by OneSeventeen, 15 Sep 2006.

  1. OneSeventeen

    OneSeventeen Oooh Shiny!

    3 Apr 2002
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    I want User A to be able to send mail as though they were User B.

    User B has given User A "owner" access to his mailbox via the "Delegates" tab in Outlook.

    User A can manually type "User B" in the From field, but everyone else sees "User A sending on behalf of User B" (which kind of gives away the secret)

    Admin A (me) gives "Full Access to Mailbox" on User B's account to User A

    Same thing happens when User A tries to send from User B

    Admin A gives "Send As" rights on User B's account to User A (as per these instructions

    Same thing happens when User A tries to send from User B.

    What can I do to make it so User A can send as User B without letting User C know?

    Do I need to remove the permissions from User B's "Delegates" tab in Outlook? Is that conflicting with the Exchange Server settings?

    (I can't test this on my own email, since I recently noticed as domain admin I can send as whoever I want and nobody's the wiser)
    Just to add some irony... while I can send as though I were someone else, I cannot view other people's calendars/email...
  2. thingamajig

    thingamajig What's a Dremel?

    29 Nov 2005
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    IIRC you need to create a new profile with User B then open User B in Outlook in Stand-Alone mode (basically select the user b when you launch Outlook).

    To create a new profile open the mail properties from the control panel then the rest should be obvious.

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