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'on behalf of' does not show up when sending externally

Posted on 2008-06-23
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hello
we are running windows 2k3, with exchange 2007.
internally a user can send emails 'on behalf of' others and have the 'user1 on behalf of user2' show up as the sender which is all dandy. however when the email goes externally it doesnt contain the 'on behalf of'.. is this by design?
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is the user sending the email in an administrator group?
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Hi Legend.. I'm currently not using remote domains..
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When you email internet domains, I believe those are "Remote domains" as you are not authoritative for them.
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yes, confirmed this only occurs internally by design
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