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I want to send email with MS Outlook 2K as a user not as on behalf of a user

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I want to send email with MS Outlook 2K as a user not as on behalf of a user.

However, when I send out a test email to myself, it always comes in a my name on behalf of someone else.  I just want to see the email as if it was sent just by the other user.
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Try viewing the From box and typing in that user's name.  You do have rights to send it on behalf of that user, right?
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Being a delegate that has rights to send on behalf is not the same as a mailbox owner.  To lose the 'On Behalf Of', the Exchange Admin must assign the secondary user as a mailbox owner via the Exchange admin program.
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