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I have exchange server 2003 and MS Outlook2003
MS Outlook 2003 is logged with USER1

I opened new message and chose FROM: USER2  TO: USER1, and the message went through.

Previously in exchange 2000 if I don't give at least send as permission to USER2 he can't send as FROM  himself in MSOutlook logged by USER1.

any explanation? is it exchange server 2003 feature?

thanks
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User1 is set as a delegate for user2

Or one of them has been given exchange admin privileges for some reason.

That shouldn't happen by default.

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OK, I will create USER3 and test it.
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it's the same thing. I have created USER3 and from USER1 mailbox I can send email and it shows that it came from USER3.

I don't know why it does that even though I didn't give any permission to USER3
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Check delegate permissions and mailbox store permissions in ESM.
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I checked permissions, I can't see any Send As or Receive As Permissions assigned.
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let me clear it up, I suspect that the reason was:

I am logging on to WXP as domain admin and the outlook profile is domain admin, in the From field of Outlook I am using a regular domain user.

maybe the domain account gives the rights to use the From any domain users?

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