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Send on Behalf not showing on message Exchange 2010

I have a user who is set up to send on behalf of several of other users.  One works just fine, she can send on behalf, and everything is fine.  

The second user, she can send, but it shows as sent by the user she is sending on behalf of (as if she has send as rights, which she does not), without any reference to her.  I set up a test account, replicated the procedures to grant send on behalf settings and it works fine for the test user.

The third user, she has been made a delegate through Outlook 2007, and shows in Exchange 2010 as having the appropriate permission.  When she sends on behalf of this user, it bounces back says she doesn't have permission.

Any ideas?
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Craig_Kiddoo
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MASTechnical Department HeadCommented:
Please make sure it is configured correctly for that user
http://www.shudnow.net/2007/08/12/send-on-behalf-and-send-as/
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Craig_KiddooAuthor Commented:
Yes, and I had already found the blog you refer to.    Just to be on the safe side, I removed the user from the delegates on the user we are trying to send on behalf of.  It was removed when I went into the EMC.  I added it back, under the mailflow settings for the user in EMC.   Still sends as not on behalf of.

Will look at the third user again when I am onsite, don't have his Outlook available to work with but have tried removing the delegate from EMC and readding numerous times.  Still bounces back.
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Craig_KiddooAuthor Commented:
The issue with the second user is fixed.  I went in to the delegates tab and removed her as an author and it now shows on behalf of as expected.

Still having the permissions issue for the third user, and have everything set up the same as it was for the other two that work fine.  Still get a message that the sender doesn't have permission.  I granted her permissions on the top level of the user she is sending on behalf of, as well as granting permissions for inbox, outbox and sent items (which I didn't have to do for the other two) to no avail.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Craig_KiddooAuthor Commented:
The third user was fixed by going into security for the person who is the delegate, and removing write access from the mailbox.  

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Craig_KiddooAuthor Commented:
No one answered the question, I figured it out on my own.
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