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You do not have permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user

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Whenever I open a sent email and go to actions Resend This Message and try to send it I get the error "You do not have permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user."  Why does this happen?  I can send and receive messages with no problem, but for some reason it thinks that on a resend I am sending on behalf of someone else.  Thanks in advance.
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You can only forward a message from yourself.. You cannont resend a message on someones elses behalf.. In the message header (You probably cant see this ) there will be all kinds of info that your pop or mail server is not going to understand especially if the message hasent originally come from yo.... So in future if you want to send a message that has arrived from someone else then use the forward command...

Good Luck..
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I did not try to resend a message from someone else.  I tried to resend a message from my sent folder (which means that I had originally sent it).  
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I mean the same thing dude .... Sorry you didnt understand my response...
Its exactly the same thing... You must still forward if you want to resend from your sent items folder.. Hope this helps...
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Thanks, even though it doesn't solve the problem, it at least explains it.  However, I think the trouble comes from having an Internet E-Mail service and an Exchange Server Service running at the same time.  When I use just one, or change the order in which they send mail, I can resend.  Very strange.
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