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Send email from different mailbox which doesn't show on behalf in Exchange 2003

I have got a user which has access to different user mailbox with full permission. He wants to send email with that user email address but not on behalf. He don't want the other end see "On behalf". He wants to just said the email comes from that person.

Please tell me which premission need to set. I know with domain admin can do that, but I don't want give that persion domain admin rights.

Exchange 2003 and Outlook could be 2003 or 2007.
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piji
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piji
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Shabarinath RamadasanInfrastructure ArchitectCommented:
On active directory users and computers -> View -> Select "Advanced Features"
Find -> search for the user A.
Properties -> Security
Add User B and Give "Send As" Permission

This option will allow user B to send mail as user A (Not send on behalf - but send as)

Good luck
Shaba
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MegaNuk3Commented:
As Shaba said above, but bare in mind that this permission can take 2 hours 2 take effect as exchange only reads from AD every 2 hours by default. So just restart outlook every 15 mins until the send as is working.
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