I setup a generic mailbox in Exchange (SBS 2003) and then gave another user permissions to manage that mailbox. I then attached that mailbox in Outlook.
The problem is that when I reply to a message that is received to this account, I get the following... “User [User@domain.com]; on behalf of; Generic Account[Generic Account@domain.com]” in the header of the sent messages.
Is their any way to modify the header so that sent messages just appear as being sent from Generic Account@domain.com?
You will need to configure the Send As Permission through Outlook verus A.D. only. Here are the steps for Outlook:
Grant Send on Behalf of via Outlook
This procedure will allow you to grant other users
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