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Outlook and sending on Behalf of Others

jhieb asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I have two email accounts setup in my Outlook 2007 client. My server is also Exchange 2007. One of my Outlook accounts is the same account I use in Exchange. The other account is a POP3 account from somewhere else. This POP3 account is also my default email address so that I can send messages to people using it.

Sometimes, I use GoToMeeting to create meetings for people. This software allows me to create meetings and invite others. It will create a new meeting message in Outlook for me so that I can send it to others. When it does this, the message is sent from my default POP3 mail account, and it creates a calendar entry in my Exchange Server account. Therefore, when messages are sent to people the messages are sent by my default POP3 account but on "Behalf of" my Exchange account. I don't want people to see my Exchange account. Is it possible to prevent them from seeing my "Behalf of..." email address or am I stuck using it since I am also sending out a Calendar invitation?

Hopefully, this makes sense.

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