The Microsoft Outlook software allows you to designate other users as delegates and grant them permission to send outgoing messages on your behalf. When these types of messages are delivered, the email header displays the text "On Behalf Of" followed by the primary user's address. If you want to remove this portion of the header and make it appear that the message is coming directly from the primary user's account, you must grant the secondary user full send-as permission in the Exchange Management Console.
- Skill level:
Other People Are Reading
Things you need
- PC server running Windows Server 2003 or later
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 or later
Log on to your PC server with an administrator account.
Launch the Exchange Management Console application from the "All Programs" list within the Start menu.
Expand the "Recipient Configuration" directory on the left side of the window and then highlight the item labelled "Mailbox."
Right-click on the name of the primary Outlook user's name and choose the "Manage Send As Permission" option.
Click on the green "Add" button the new window.
Select the name of the secondary user who you want to give full permission to send messages from the primary user's mailbox. Then press "OK."
Click the "Finish" button to save the settings.
- 20 of the funniest online reviews ever
- 14 Biggest lies people tell in online dating sites
- Hilarious things Google thinks you're trying to search for