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Hi,

How do I make a user "send on behalf" off another user ? We have a MS Exchange 2003 enviroment.
So far I have given the user that will be sending on behalf off the other user "Full mailbox access", but is that enough ?

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Full mailbox is too much. That will allow them to send email AS the other user. Remove that permission.
Then click on the "Exchange General" tab, then "Delivery Options". You can grant "Send on behalf" permissions there.

Simon.
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Thank you for answering this urgent.

Regards

Rasmus
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