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Sharing Mailbox folders

Hi.

I have managed to setup a second user in my client's office that can access the subfolders of the Inbox of a first user. They can open the emails (in that subfolder) OK, but if the second user is to try and reply to the email then we are presented with a message stating that they have insufficient permission. They can change the "From" user to their own, but this is not ideal for this situation.
What can we change in security settings to allow user #2 to respond on behalf of uder #1?

Greg
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hainsNET
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hainsNETAuthor Commented:
Sorry. Only gave half the story here. Its a Windows 2003 Server and the clients are running Outlook 2003 under Exchange.
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rakeshmiglaniCommented:
you can grant "send on behalf of" permissions to this user.
check the following
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329622/en-us
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amaheshwariCommented:
Just go to First Users Properties in Active Directory Users and Computers and Go to Exchange General and then Delivery Options and add second user to send on behalf so that he will be able to send on behalf of first user.
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hainsNETAuthor Commented:
Thankyou. Worked perfectly.

Greg
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