2 Mailboxes on client how to configure Exchange to send email through second Mailbox

Hi, I have two mailboxes configured on a users workstation.  The first mailbox is the users default account (name@domain.com) the second mailbox is for new employment applications (HR).  I have configured the HR mailbox in my outlook client and been able send email as either myself or HR to an applicant.  

The problem is the user who doesnt have Domain Admin cannot.  She receives a message that she does not have permission to send mail as another user.  I have looked through Exchange 2003 r2 active directory and not been able to find an obvious discrepancy.  We both have full mailbox access and are added to the mailbox group.

Any experts have an idea what I many be missing?  

Thanks
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thomasdavisCommented:
If you just added it, it can take a couple hrs to take affect with exchange
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thomasdavisCommented:
also did you do send on behalf permission
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329622
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vmaganCommented:
You both have full mailbox access but she also needs "send as" access.  navigate to

Start-> programs-> MS Exchange-> AD users and computers and navigate to the user. Right click go to properties-> click on exchange general-> then delivery options.

In there give send as permission

Let me know if this worked
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SSNYTAuthor Commented:
hi vmagan, will the user have to log off and back in for this to take affect?
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SSNYTAuthor Commented:
thanks a lot vmagan, that was the step i missed!
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vmaganCommented:
No, just have them close outlook and re-open.
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thomasdavisCommented:
you'll have the same problem in an hour. Send-as refreshes every hour with exchange, the her username will be removed again.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907434
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SSNYTAuthor Commented:
thanks thomas, ill keep that in mind.
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