apwvand -> RE: Send on behalf problem (8.May2006 9:54:55 PM)
I think that it isn't right you said.
Look at : http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/guides/WorkingE2k3Store/d0173b5c-4aee-4756-81a1-138e27164010.mspx?mfr=true
They are talking about:
How to Use Outlook to Give a User the Ability to Send Mail on Your Behalf
So it must be possible within outlook
Another site tels me:
Send As vs. Send on Behalf Of
There are actually two different permissions that let you send from another mailbox. The Delegates tab procedure in the previous section grants "Send on Behalf Of" permission. The other similar permission, which can be granted only by the Exchange Server administrator, is called "Send As."
So send on behalf must be possible from outlook and SEND AS only from AD
Sending mail on behalf of another user Exchange allows you to send mail on behalf of another user. When the mail is sent, the From field is marked " Sent by X on behalf of Y"
Two stages need to happen. First the person who wishes to have mail sent on behalf of them, needs to provide the appropriate permissions. Then the person sending the email needs to create the mail, and change the from address.
Step 1: The person granting permission
- In Outlook, click Tools then Options.
- Select the Delegates tab
- Click [Add], and then find the user that you wish to give permission to. They must be an Exchange user. Click [Ok].
- Select the user, and the select [Permissions]. There are three levels of access: Reviewer, Author and Editor.
- To allow someone to send on behalf of you, they should have either an Author or an Editor on the Inbox option.
- Click [OK] and then [OK] again to save the changes.