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Outlook delegate control

Hi,

When delegate control in outlook is setup - can you have emails sent as rather than sent on behalf of the actual user?

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Brian GeeCommented:
As far as I know, this can't be done using Delegate options on the Outlook client side, but you can always setup a separate Outlook profile and connect to the other account as needed (which will require you to close out of your current Outlook session). You would need the other Mailbox user's password for this, but then you could send email as the other user without any "sent on behalf of" notices in email.

In Outlook 2010, you can have two Exchange accounts added to one Outlook session which would preclude the need to close out of Outlook to switch to the other email account. But again, you would need that other user's password.
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