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Outlook send-as option

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Hi All,

I'm looking for the easiest way to allow an end-user right to send an email as another end-user.  I don’t want to make them an admin just be able to send as that user and keep their permissions intact - hopefully for the server level.

Windows server2003
Microsoft exchange server 03


thanks in advance.
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Go to the intended users account in AD under the Exchange general tab and click Delivery Options. Grant the other user permissions to send on behalf. Once this is done if you are using Outlook or OWA the person should just be able to open up a new message and click the from box (its different depending on which version of Outlook you are using) and send as the target person.
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Very easy to follow solutions..
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