Exchange 2010 - Send on behalf of someone – without showing “sent on behalf of” – How?

Hi,
We have a case where a boss wants her PA to be able to send emails, as if they are sent from her (Therefore not showing, sent on behalf of).
However, the PA is not to be granted access to be able to see her bosses email.

This is a difficult question to Google, as there are so many similar, but not exactly the same questions asked on this.

Anyone know if it’s possible. Note the PA is using Outlook 2013

(Note, we do actually use a hosted exchange provider, but they do give us quite a lot of control to the server)

Thanks in advance.
afflik1923Asked:
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rhandelsCommented:
I'm not quite sure if you can.

The only possible solution i can think of is set the Send As permissions. If you set it up like that (needs to be changed in the AD account configuration) i believe you also need to have permissions to at least view the bosses mailbox. Any other setup than Send as will never work because it will still be "on behalf off".

It is worth a shot though..
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afflik1923Author Commented:
Well I have achieved it with the help of support, however there is a further challenge.

It was done like this

Set the Send AS permissions to PA for the boss on the server
On the Boss' Outlook, go to the delegates tab, and remove the entry for the PA. Thus leaving no entry in the delegates section for the PA.

Send an email from the PA's computer as the boss, and it comes through as if the boss sent it (does not show sent on behalf of)

However, in this particular case, the PA needs to have some permissions to things like the calendar and task list of the boss, so I don't want to move the delegates entry as the PA needs access to the calendar.


Any suggestions?

Also I came across this link, but we don't have access at this level to the server:


http://www.shudnow.net/2007/08/12/send-on-behalf-and-send-as/
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rhandelsCommented:
You set delegates permissions to just the calender. No need to give permissions to the inbox also. This way the delegate should only see the calender.
Just make sure inbox permissions is None.

So send as did work :)
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