E-mail - Send on Behalf Of - Outlook

A partner at my firm needs to be able to send mail from a management e-mail and her own e-mail. We don't want to have to have her log into outlook with multiple profiles. When we try to send the mail to a person INSIDE the domain it says you do not have rights / permission.

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

      Subject:      test4.56
      Sent:      4/22/2010 4:56 PM

The following recipient(s) cannot be reached:

      Patrick on 4/22/2010 4:56 PM
            You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator.

I have given send on behalf of rights. Under the security tab in active directory i added my boss to the e-mail she wanted to send from. However it disappeared.

We can send from this account when it is setup in it's own profile in outlook and we can reply from this e-mail however it will not compose a new message and send properly. Googled many things but have not been able to find the answers.

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Send-on-behalf is not the same as send-as.
The Exchange mailbox of the management acct needs to permit her to send AS that mailbox for all restrictions to behave as if she was the management mailbox.

Otherwise the system will see the sender as her when using send-on-behalf (as setup via Outlook delegates setting)

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patrickschulerAuthor Commented:
I agree. However when i added her to the account in the security tab with Send As permissions they were removed by the system. I have read online about how the system removes people for some reason. Something to do with an update that has to do with Day light Savings Time. So i don' t know how to get her to have the rights. P.S. Exchange 2003. SBS 2003 Service Pack 2. I don't know how to get her permissions to send as to STAY.

patrickschulerAuthor Commented:
I just added send as again. I have applied it to the object in this container only, etc. It worked. Lets see in an hour if the permissions are still there.

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