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How do I configure 'send as' and not 'on behalf'

Have a client who needs to be able to receive mail from several domains, and send from them as well.
Have Setup 'spoof' users with her alternate mail addresses, now all I need to do is be able to send mail from her accound that come out as from and not 'on behalf of'.

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Rajith EnchiparambilOffice 365 & Exchange ArchitectCommented:
open active directory users and computer and go to the user that you want your user to send as. right click properties and go the security tab. You will search there for the send as permission and tick to the allow box.
Allow some time for the directory to replicate and you are done
Veerappan SundaramSenior Technical ConsultantCommented:
You can set it from user's AD properties security settings.
In ADUC, go to properties of the user and select the security tab. Add the user's account and enable only "Send As"
petesulliAuthor Commented:
Thanks people :) All sorted - the show stopper was that I had forgotten about having Advanced Features selected.

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