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Messages sent from secondary exchange mailbox in Outlook 2003 bounce back as undeliverable, no permissions

I have a user who needs to manage 2 exchange 2003 mail boxes from a single instance of outlook 2003.  They can receive messages in this second mailbox, but can't reply to them using the user of the 2nd mailbox, getting a reply stating they don't have permission to send.  

I gave the primary account full permissions under the mailbox rights of the secondary account (at least I think I did, I checked off all the boxes under Mailbox rights, including ownership).  

I can see the secondary account as well as all the emails that are received in the secondary users mailbox in the lower portion of the navigation tree on the left.  But if we try and reply to an email in this secondary mailbox as the secondary user, it bounces back as an undeliverable stating:

You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.
            MSEXCH:MSExchangeIS:/DC=local/DC=companydomain:domainserver

What other rights must I give the primary user so that they can reply with the identity of the secondary user?
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northcideCommented:
go into active directory users and computers, and for the second account that cant be sent from, give delegate access to the first account.
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swiftnyAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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kristinawCommented:
well, that's not right. but anyways, go the security tab in the ADUC and look for the send as right. that's what you need to grant.

kris.
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swiftnyAuthor Commented:
I believe that's what he was talking about... "Designate Delegated Permissoins and a forwarding address" and when I go into there, it has the Send on Behalf that I believe you mention....  
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northcideCommented:
the delegate access will set those granular permissions.  might as well stay out of the granular perms unless absolutely necessary
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kristinawCommented:
send on behalf is not the same as send as.
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swiftnyAuthor Commented:
yes, you're right on that, I'm getting "send on behalf".  The user does appear to be fine with this though, so I don't intend to pursue any further.

Thanks to both of you
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