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Gary will need access to the mailbox. By that I mean in outlook he will have his personal mailbox added and then the sales mailbox added (Will I be able to add the mailbox to his outlook without giving Full Permission). When he opens outlook everyday, there should not be any prompts for password. When he sends out emails from the Sales address it should show Sales in the From field.
Peter will also have the same setup with his outlook having his personal mailbox added first and then the sales mailbox. But he should not be allowed to send emails using the sales mailbox.
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Do I have to give gary Manage Full Access Permission over the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox or just Send As Permissions.
The other user email@example.com should have the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox but only be able to receive mails and not be able to send using email@example.com.
At the moment the way it is setup is that both gary and peter have Full Access Permission over the sales mailbox. This is so that when they open outlook they are not prompted for passwords for that mailbox. The users want it that way - no password prompts. At the moment I am using Send on Behalf option under Delivery Options. Only gary has been added in the Send on Behalf. I don't know whether that is the right way to do it.
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