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    sending mail on behalf of other user (Outlook XP Dutch)

    Goodmorning,

    I want to know what I'm doing wrong.
    I have another users' postbox added to my own.
    If I want to send a mailmessage on behalf of the other, in a new message I use the button from, type in the other person's name (I'm allowed to do so) and the recipient receives a mail as if the other person send it. So far so good.
    I want to set the same settings for another postbox at another user's account. But when I do so, the message received says: [ Name ] on behalf of [ other name ].

    How can I turn the on behalf of text out?

    Many thanks in advance!

    Grtz,
    Daphne

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    Re: sending mail on behalf of other user (Outlook XP Dutch)

    If you assign someone as Delegate, this person can send mail on behalf of you. To be able to send as if the other person were you, you must assign Send As permissions. This cannot be done in Outlook, it must be done by the Exchange admin (or in Active Directory User Control)

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    Re: sending mail on behalf of other user (Outlook XP Dutch)

    Ah, I didn't know that!
    Where exactly in the AD User Control can I find that?
    (I'm already looking for it, but I got so many tabs! ;-))

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    Re: sending mail on behalf of other user (Outlook XP Dutch)

    Sorry! I already found it!!!
    Exchange general delivery options!

    Thanks!!!!!

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