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Outlook 2010 and proxying to another users inbox

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How do I proxy to another users email inbox in Outlook 2010?
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What exactly do you mean by proxy?

Are you just trying to view the users mail or actually send mail as the user?

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In the advanced options of your account settings for the Exchange account, there should be an option to add other mailboxes.
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