Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Granting Send on Behalf of Permissions

Often, an executive may request that this type of permission be given to a trusted assistant so that the assistant can respond to general inquiries . For that reason, Outlook allows you to set this permission directly from the Delegates tab. When “send on behalf of” permissions are granted to a user, the user can send email messages from the account it was granted permissions to. The message will show the recipient that the message was sent on behalf of the modified account.

1. Open ADUC
2. Find the account you want to modify
3. Right-click the user account and select properties
4. Select the Exchange General tab. Click Delivery Options.
5. In the Send on behalf group, click add
6. Add the user that needs the permission, and click Check Names.


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