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Outlook send-as option minus on half of message

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Morning all,

Im looking to find out how to setup a user in an 03 exchange server AD with the ability to send as another user (send-as option) not show the "on behalf of message".  I dont have the message as im an admin, was looking to replicate this for the user without making them an admin.

Any help is much appreciated!!
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Are you trying to get it to display the "sent on behalf of" message, or just get it to display the "from" box to pick who they are sending it on behalf of? (Open new message- options tab- show from)
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I dont want to see the "sent on behalf of" message.  Currently the are able to see the "from" field but it sticks that "sent on behalf of" message in there.  How do I take that off?
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Check and see what settings you have their account set for on the "security" tab of their AD profile. The user you want to be sending the email should be listed there as "send as" ONLY- aparently other options mess things up... now the hard part in this is either waiting for exchange to catch up on the changes or restarting the stores to get the change to be seen by it.
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I have no security tab in Active Directory.  Is there another way to select this "send as" option for an user??
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Are you in the systems manager for Exchange, or in the Active Directory Users and Computers?

In AD is where I applied our settings, not systems manager itself.
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Exchange.  I know it should be there but for whatever reason it was not.  I believe it was an addin that was not included at install??  Is there no work-around?
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Do you have accesss to the AD Users module? That is the way I learned it- the system manager seems more of a status module than configuration.
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Sorry i misread that.  Im in Active Directory Users and computers, not system directory.  But the security tab is not available in my instance of AD.  Any thoughts on work-around.  
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