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1 mailbox with multiple users

Hello,

I created a mailbox called CSR and assigned special permissions to a global security group. The individuals in the group are able to send on behalf of etc....but when they send an email on behalf of that user, the email  appears in their personal sent items box. I do not want that. I would like for the email to appear in  the sent items of CSR mailbox. Can this be done?

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ajarveyCommented:
There are two different options:

Send On Behalf Of: Acts exactly as you've described. You're sending a message out on behalf of another person, and that sends from your own personal mailbox.

Send As: Allows you to send directly AS that user, and the message should be in that users sent items.

You should setup the Send As permission on that object for that group. That should give you the desired result.
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SembeeCommented:
Doesn't matter what permissions you grant the users, the sent items will always go in to the Sent Items of the user that has sent the message.
It is claimed that rules can move the message, but I have never got that to work correctly so don't recommend it.
ivasoft.biz has a tool which can move the messages to the correct sent items and is the only way that I have been able to get it to work.

Simon.

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Tacobell2000Author Commented:
It worked on the very first email i sent as a tes message. It was put into the sent items of the csr mailbox but additional emails sent and replied to gets put in to the personal sent items folder.
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SembeeCommented:
The behaviour you saw on the first message shouldn't have happened. Are you sure that did happen and the message wasn't moved another way?

Sent items are stored in the Sent Items folder of the default account. The only way that it could be stored in the Send Items folder of another account is if that account was the default account.

Simon.

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Tacobell2000Author Commented:
I forgot....so it is impoosible to do what i want with exchange 2003. I guess i'll purchase a server license for ivasoft.biz.

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