enable FROM: field in MS Outlook

Posted on 2006-04-28
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
how can i enabel FROM: field in outlook ? where i wanna sent email on behalf of ?
Question by:bthaker
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    Expert Comment

    Hello bthaker,

    1. in a new mail message
    2. click options on the toolbar, check the from field

    hope this helps a bit

    Author Comment

    bruintje, thanks but i dont see that option.
    i need to sent 'on be half of email'. I have already given the permission on the server level accordingly.
    can you please more specific...i have outlook 2002

    Author Comment

    thanks thats exactly was....i am sorry i didnt see it... it such a simple question.

    can also please tell how to disable "USERNAME sent on behalf of SECONDARY EMAIL" .....

    this will appear when the user receives the email.... i just need to see SECONDARY EMAIL name only
    by eliminating that extra text USERNAME sent on behalf of..."""  thnx
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    Expert Comment

    ok i see, i was looking at OL2003

    you can probably find it under view and enable from field there
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    Accepted Solution

    there is a post on that one here, you need to have send as permission on the mailbox
    1. Open ESM [Exchange Server Management Console [i assume]]
    2. Right click the Public Folder and click Properties
    3. Click Directory Rights on Permissions Tab
    4. Grant the user account Send As permission

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