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2004-10-06, 14:38 #1
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Sending not 'on behalf of' (Outlook 2003)
I have a user who is becoming frustrated by Outlook 2003's Delegate functionality.
She would like to be able to send emails *exactly as if* they were coming from her boss.
The most she seems able to do is send messages with her own name and the "on behalf of" tag added in, which is not ideal in this case.
I guess, from her own email account, she would like to be able to work seamlessly in *his* email account (whihc she could do on our previous system: *cough* Groupwise*cough*), but she ends up in a sort of hybrid situation where, for instance, emails sent from him are saved as drafts in her drafts folder.
Am I making sense? Is any of this possible?
I'm lost in a world of many-layered options dialogs at the moment...
2004-10-06, 17:27 #2
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Re: Sending not 'on behalf of' (Outlook 2003)
I think this is the way it is supposed to work. Windows XP's "remote assistance," or the third party VNC software, would allow her to temporarily commandeer her boss's computer from her desktop, but this could present other issues. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>