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Exchange 2003 Send on Behalf of

Is it possible to hide the "Sent on Behalf of" when you send email from a mailbox that you have Send As permissions for?
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lothar44
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The_KirschiCommented:
Yes. Go to the AD properties of the account and under the Security tab , add the appropriate user account and assign "Send As" permission to it.
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The_KirschiCommented:
Remove the account from the Send on behalf of list, also.
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dynamitedotorgCommented:
"Send on behalf" and "Send as" are two different things. Which permission have you actually granted?

"Send on behalf" is granted via ADUC by going into Exchange General and Delivery Options.

"Send as" is granted by going to the Security tab, adding the appropriate user and granting the "Send As" permission.
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lothar44Author Commented:
I don't have a security tab in the ADUC on my computer.  Maybe I need an updated version of Administrative Tools.  However, If I was to give this user "Send As" rights and remove "Send on behalf of" will this user be able to send mail from this other mailbox with total anonymity?
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The_KirschiCommented:
You have to choose View from the MMC menu and select Advanced options (not sure if its the correct name, but "Advanced")
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The_KirschiCommented:
With "Send As" the sender will be only the name of that other mailbox.
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Stacy SpearPresident/Principal ConsultantCommented:
You need to go the View, and click advance features to view security tab
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