Is there a way to 'Send on Behalf' of a contact in Exchange?
Posted on 2006-05-24
A user(let's call this User A) wants to be able to 'send on behalf' of another user (User B) that is listed as a contact in Exchange. The other user(User B) does not have an email address in the same domain as user A. In other words if I haven't explained this properly, User B is in a different physical location using a totally separate email system(POP3). They have it set up at the other office for User A to be able to 'send on behalf of User B. User A also has a POP3 email address at that office. However when User A is physically located at the corporate office, he wants to be able to do the same thing. I know with exchange email accounts in our domain, I'm able to go into the 'Delegate' tab of Outlook -->Tools --> Options and set up another user with permission to 'send on my behalf'. However I don't know if there's a way to do this with an Exchange Contact? I've thought about creating a Exchange account for User B in our domain, but since she's already in there as a contact, it won't let me duplicate. I'd have to change the name. Hope all of this makes sense.
Thanks as always for your time and help.