Sending on behalf... Exchange 2003
Is there a better way to give a few users the ability to send mails also
from the firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox without having them logout and login to a
different Outlook 2003 profile... Or without the text sending on behalf
of... So my question is, Is there an easy way that a user can select another
e-mail address and send mails out...?
Thanks a lot in advance!!
On Thu, 05 Oct 2006 12:57:12 GMT, "BY" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Is there a better way to give a few users the ability to send mails also
>from the info@dom...Permission for "Sending on behalf of"
On Exchange on a Small Business Server, I have a distribution
group called "Sales". It is used to direct mail that is addressed
to firstname.lastname@example.org, to a number of staff in the Sales office.
I now wish to give sales staff the option of sending mail on
behalf of this distribution group from within Outlook 2003
rather than under their own name. I can easily do this by
clicking the "From" field in Outlook when logged on as an
administrator. However, when logged on as a non-admin,
I am refused permission.
How can I grant the nominated users the right to use this address?
FYI,...Trapping emails sent on behalf of
I have a rule that moves emails from 'email@example.com' * to another folder.
But my rule does not cope when the email comes in like
"H.R.Department@random.rnd on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org" then the rule does
not work anymore. How can I write a rule to cope with this sort of
* Email address has been changed to protect privacy
...Problem with "Send as", when using "send on behalf of" in Exchange 2000.
I'm not able to set the "Send as" permission on a mailbox. The problem
is that the access right is not present in "Mailbox Rights" ?.
I have 2 users, A and B.
All mail to B is forwarded to A, and B has added A to "Send on behalf of" in
Active directory users and computers / Exchange general / Delivery options.
When not being able to set the "Send as" creates the following problem:
If A reply to a mail originally send to B (which is automaticaly
forwarded to A) , the receiver sees A as the sender.
Thanks in advance
Bo Jacob...Send As (not Send on Behalf
We are trying to setup a shared account for 12 people. It is a
centralized account for recieving trouble tickets and the like. We
need the ability to have one of the 12 people respond as that account
and not on behalf of that account. For some of us it has always worked
(since we are admins).
Is there an easy way to create a DG (or Security Group) of some type
that has the ability to send as for a single account. We created a SG
for this purpose, added it to Exchange Advanced and gave it "Read
permissions" and "Full mailbox access" which allows them to see the
account....send as, vs send on behalf of
Hi IT family,
We have an Exchange 2003 server public folder and we were using the send as
feature, but when someone deleted the public folder, we now have send on
behalf of rights. This is a problem, because the name of the account appears
in the From column.
What do we have to do to send mail from a public folder, without the
receiver observing the individual's account that sent the message? I put the
public folder in the from section, and I am able to sent, but the receiver
viewes the mail as "on behalf of".
MCSE: Security, CCNA, A+, Network +, Security+
...difference between send-as rights vs send on behalf
Exchange 2007 sp2
What is the difference between granting send on behalf of vs granting
send-as permission? The two rights seem to allow for the same thing. Here is
userB has been granted full mailbox rights on mailboxA, userB has also been
granted "send on behalf of" rights on mailboxA. UserB can open mailboxA and
can send emails as mailboxA, but the sent email doesn't say it was "sent on
behalf of mailboxA" the sent email just looks like mailboxA sent the email.
If I run the command
get-adpermission mailboxA -user userB
the output ...Send on behalf of message
In my organisation we are running Windows 2000 PCs with Office 2000. Our
mail server is Exchange 5.5. Many of our users use the Send On Behalf of
permission which works fine. However, with some of our users in the FROM
field of the emails they send on behalf of someone it does actually give a
message stating this. For example: "From: Curtis Fray on behalf of Jimmy
What I can't figure out is how to force the From field to always display
like this. There are some users who when they send a message on behalf of
some one, the From field simply shows the name of the user...Help with "send on behalf of"
Hoping that someone can help with this....
I can get the 'send on behalf of ' to work no problem, the only limitation
is that when someone sends on my behalf, I'd like to have a copy of the sent
item show up in my Sent Items folder, just like they do when I sent them
myself. I don't believe that Outlook 2003/Exchange 2000 combo accomplishes
this (or perhaps I don't have things set up right?).
Does anyone know if my desired functionality is handled better in Exchange
2003 and or Outlook 2007? Thanks for any advice.
Cut off: yourhead to respond
If y..."Send on Behalf of/Send as" Woe's
I have a really weird problem going on with Send as permissions. A while ago
I set up some users and allowed them to send on Behalf of an email address
assigned to a public folder. (Went to the folder properties in system manager
and added the to the delivery options pane, and also added the in the
directory rights pane and the administration rights pane, on the permissions
tab within folder properties) The Send as works fine for these users, they
can use the "From:" button in outlook and send as if the mail is coming from
the email address assigned to the Public fol...unable to send on behalf
after i have patched e2k with rollup sp3, we got problems with mailboxes on
email@example.com mailbox is given full rights to Steven with Full mailbox
access just like SELF
previously, everything works fine. where Steven has firstname.lastname@example.org
opened in his outlook and he sometimes send email out reflects as
email@example.com instead of firstname.lastname@example.org
now each time when steven wants to send email reflecting as sales, there is
a message ... permission denied on send behalf .... however, he can open,
read and delete emails from email@example.com...On Behalf Mails
Though assigning necessary permissions on a mail box i am unable to send mail
on behalf of that mailbox.
giving yourself "Full Mailbox" rights does not give you "Send As" or "Send
on Behalf of" Rights. For "Send As" rights, you will need to go into the
security tab of AD (not the mailbox rights area) and give your self "Send
As" rights. If you want to just have "Send on Behalf of" rights go to the
Exchange General tab, click on Delivery Options, and add yourself to the
If you still can't send you may need to update ...Send on Behalf of.
Recently I installed Office 2000 SP3 on my workstation to
fix an issue. After installing it, I keep getting the
message "A program is trying to send email on your behalf"
as I have some applications that do send mail on my
behalf. Is there any way to turn this message off.
Usually this is because of the security settings in
Outlook. You can lower the level of security to allow
it, but bear in mind that if you do, malicious code can
also do it...
>Recently I installed Office 2000 SP3 on my workstation
>fix an issue. After in...Exch 2003, able to use Send As or Send on Behalf in public folders OWA ??
we have users at various divisions/sites that were thinking of having
them use OWA only
but will need to "Send as or Send on behalf of" in OWA for public
is that possible ??
if not anyone have a "workaround " ??
thanks gang !
On 13 Feb 2007 07:28:49 -0800, "Biglou" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>we have users at various divisions/sites that were thinking of having
>them use OWA only
>but will need to "Send as or Send on behalf of" in OWA for public
>is that possible ??
>if not anyone have a "workaround...Sending on behalf of mail-enabled folder > "You do not have permission to send to this recipient"
A customer of ours is having this problem:
* There's a mail-enabled Public Folder, e.g. "Test" email@example.com
* User John (firstname.lastname@example.org) has full access (including Send As)
permissions on folder Test and has been granted "Send on behalf"
privileges for that folder as well. He is also entered as Owner for
* Upon sending a message with "Test" (or "email@example.com") in the From
field (e.g. to himself), John gets an NDR from the mycorp Exchange
Server with the message "You do not have permission to send to this
recipient...Send on behalf of permissions....
I have a dilemna.....
I have set up a mailbox and set Send on Behalf of
Permissions for approx ten users. They are set up as
delegates by the mailbox owner and open the mailbox as
part of their daily job. They can send mail, but the
problem is that their sent mail doesn't seem to appear in
the Sent Items of the mailbox, which negates the idea of
having a record of everyone's access to this mailbox. Is
there a way to set it up so that all mail sent by anyone
on behalf of one mailbox get's registered to that
mailbox's Sent Items?
See Unisent from www.ivasoft.biz.
Ken ...Send on Behalf
On an Exchange 2007 SP1 server, one user with this strange problem. Unless
she is given "Send on Behalf" permissions *to her own account*, the server
will not send mail: "The message could not be sent because the server
rejected the sender's e-mail address....Client does not have permissions to
send as this sender." Even more odd, the permission disappears after a short
time and has to be reissued. Created a new account for this user but used
her old "orphaned" mailbox on the new account. Same issues remain. No
apparent "denies" on th...Send on Behalf of in a Public Folder
I created a public folder, mail enbled it and then set client permissions so
that emails can arrive to it from outside our enterprise. I gave several
folks here the right to read and set the send on behalf as well. However,
when the folks here respond to an email it arrives as coming from their email
and not on behalf of. Is this normal. I was under the impression that it
should say from XXXX on behalf of VVVVVV.
I believe that they'll have to manually specify the folder in the From
MVP - Exchange
"Protecting the world from PSTs and brick backups!"...To send on behalfe of...
The "send on behalfe of" option was working just fine for
the clients. Now,if the clients try to forward a message
on behalfe of someone else a message pops up that the
client do not have the permission to do so. I did check
that there is no Gpo that can restrict this and that the
client has full access to the other users mailbox.I
removed and added the client again as a delegate but still
no luck.Please can someone help ???
...send on behalf using web browser through gpf.
I have mail enabled a general purpose fublic folder "customer feedback" and
have given a couple of users the send on behalf right so they can reply to
messages sent to the folder, they are accessing the folder through a web
browser and all is working fine ie: messages are arriving and users can see
them in the browser and read them, but there is no option to reply to
messages. So my question is how do they reply with on behalf using ie6
On Sun, 30 Apr 2006 13:46:20 +0100, "BINZA@" <mark1.smith(remove
>I have mail ...Send on behalf
Am I missing something? I have given delegate access to
a user to my mailbox. When they put my name in the From
field of a new email message and send it, the receiver
gets it with my name as the sender. Isn't it supposed to
say from their name on behalf of me? This looks more
like a send as than a send on behalf of.
Yes - someone has set up the user with send as permissions on the Exchange
server. Perhaps it's more than that - perhaps everyone has access to
everyone's mailbox, which means the person who did the setup did a big
booboo. Talk to the Exch...send on behalf of
When our user's are granted "Send on behalf of" messages, suddenly the
attachment which show "sent on behalf of" no longer appears. We are running
Exchange 2000 SP3 and the clients are running Outlook 2000 SP3. It was
working fine and disappeared. When the users attempt to send a message on
behalf of, they put the user's name in the from field (ie Joe Blow). When
the message is received on the other end it show it directly coming (ie Paul
Blow) and not sent on behalf of Paul Blow by Joe Blow. Anybody have any
ideas about how to restore it?
...Send on Behalf of and More
I have a member of staff who has requested the following.
Staff member A needs to send emails on behalf of B but B would like to
moderate any emails A sends on behalf of B before they are sent.
Can this be done?
Not automatically but what Sender A can do is submit the body of the =
message to Sender B for approval and once approved, send out a new mail =
on behalf of Sender B with the approved text.
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
r...Send on behalf of
I have an Exchange 5.5 server running on NT 4.0, on which I have one
user (UserA) who has 'send on behalf of' permission for another user
(UserB). When UserA sends a message on behalf of UserB, they do not
receive a copy of the response to that mail as it goes straight to
UserB. Does anyone know if there is anyway of forcing the response to
go to UserA as well as UserB ?
In the Delivery Options page where you gave the Send on Behalf of
permissions, you need to select the alternate recipient as well and select
to send to both recipients. This unfortunately m...2003 Send on behalf of
How do you set up permissions to send on behalf of a
distribution list? I see where you can set this up for an
individual mailbox, but not a distribution list. This is
on Exchange 2003.
I did do this in Exchange 5.5 by giving the distribution
list "Send As" authority, but I do not see anything like
this in Exchange 2003.
I can not find anything on this except incorrect
You can only grant the "Send As" permission for Distribution Groups. To do
this go to the Security tab of the DG.
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