We are in an exchange 5.5 environment.
My boss is running Outlook 2000 on Windows XP Home. His secretary has permissions in Exchange to "Send As" him. I have verified this by going into Exchange administrator, opening my boss's mailbox, viewing the permissions tab and I do see his secretary's account with the role of "Send As".
Now, he says that when she USED TO send out messages AS him (Not on his behalf) and that a copy of the message always appeared in his INBOX, not SENT ITEMS. He says this is no longer working, and that he does not receive a copy of the message at all.
My question(s): By default, when sending as another user (Secretary sending a message AS the boss), is a copy of the message delivered to the (sent items or inbox) of the boss, the person actually sending the message, or both? Where would this be configured; Outlook or Exchange?
As I mentioned above, my boss says this used to happen and is no longer working. We do not have any rules in place in either his or his secretary's Outlook.
I am assuming that he is wrong, a copy is left in the actual sender's sent items, and he would not get a copy unless a rule was in place or the message was deliberately sent to him.