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Exchange 2003 Additional Mailbox Can't Send Emails

I have SBS 2003 Standard and I am using Exchange 2003. One of my users has an additional mailbox in her Outlook. She has full rights to it and is set as the owner. She can receive email but can't send out email. She gets the following message:

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

Also, how do I make it so that she can send out emails from the additional mailbox instead of her default mailbox.
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Try giving this user Send As permission
Additionally you also need to use the "From" field in Outlook
datzent83Author Commented:
FearNoMore this worked great! Thank you for the quick solution.
Now how do I send the email from the additional mailbox, not from the default mailbox. My default mailbox is datzent83 but I want to send email from my additional mailbox Press.
You would need to use the "From" field
Open a new email in outlook 2003. At the top is an option button. next to it is a pulldown menu. select from there. in the now displayd from field type in the name from whom it is support to be sent.
Now....if this is not what your looking for and want the sent item to actually show up in the "Sent" item folder of the second mailbox...then the only way to do this is to actually open up the second mailbox by going to  File....Open...Other Users Folder and then selecting the User and the Inbox.
Once the Inbox is open then you can send it from there (Do keep in mind for this you would need to have Owner permissions on the additinal mailbox)
going to  File....Open...Other Users Folder and then selecting the User and the Inbox etc _can't help_ to place the sent e-mail message to the additional mailbox Sent items folder. To do that you should use a third-party utility for Exchange server or Outlook.


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