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    Message from my bosses machine (Outlook 2002)

    My boss is on vacation and I have access to her mail. She gave me permission to her inbox. I need to reply to a message in her inbox but I want the user to know I

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    Re: Message from my bosses machine (Outlook 2002)

    There are actually two different permissions that allow you to send from another mailbox. One is set by a user or an admin - which is the one I assume you can get to - which is the "Send on Behalf Of" permission. The other related permission, which can be granted only by the Exchange Server administrator, is called "Send As".

    The major difference between these permissions is that the Send As permission hides the name of the actual sender. When Joan Ajohnton uses her Send As permission to send a message as Melanie Angstrom-Jones, recipients see only Melanie Angstrom-Jones on the From field. There is no indication that Joan Ajohnton actually sent the message. On the other hand, if Joan Ajohnton has only Send on Behalf Of permission, recipients will see both her name and Marsha Peterson

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