I have Exchange 2010 SP2, running on Windows 2008 R2 in a lab setting. For some reason,
I'm now getting two emails, one regular email with a 2nd email on behalf of.
This is not something I've setup, and have looked at all the permissions and can not find out what is driving this.
This is what I've looked at and confirmed no permissions are setup to do this on purpose. Not sure what elese could be driving this. Any thoughts other than what's listed below?
I even gave send as permissions on the security tab in ADUC for the user.
There are major steps in order to use Outlook Delegates. The first is to select the user and add him as a delegate. You then must share your mailbox to that user.
1.Go to Tools and choose Options
2.Go to the Delegates Tab and click Add
3.Select the user who wish to grant access to and click Add and then Ok
Note: There are more options you can choose from once you select OK after adding that user. Nothing in the next window is necessary to grant send on behalf.
1.When back at the main Outlook window, in the Folder List, choose your mailbox at the root level. This will appear as Mailbox – Full Name
2.Right-click and choose Change Sharing Permissions
3.Click the Add button
4.Select the user who wish to grant access to and click Add and then Ok
5.In the permissions section, you must grant the user at minimum, Non-editing Author.
Exchange Management Shell (EMS)
This is a fairly simple process to complete. It consists of running only the following command and you are finished. The command is as follows:
Set-Mailbox UserMailbox -GrantSendOnBehalfTo UserWhoSends
Exchange Management Console (EMC)
1.Go to Recipient Management and choose Mailbox
2.Choose the mailbox and choose Properties in Action Pane
3.Go to the Mail Flow Settings Tab and choose Delivery Options
4.Click the Add button
5.Select the user who wish to grant access to and click Add and then Ok