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...can't "send as" when using POP?
I have users who are using Microsoft Outlook to POP and I want them to
be able to change the "From" field to another email other than theirs.
They have all the correct permissions and can do this successfully when
using MAPI. However, if they try this while on POP, it says "sent by
blah on behalf of xxx"
We are running Exchange 2003 Sp1
Can you not change the From address in an email unless you're on MAPI?
Jeff <email@example.com> typed:
> I have users who are using Microsoft Outlook...Unable to "Send as"
I have a resource mailbox, let's call it "Sales".
The primary AD account is disabled, so the mailbox has Self assigned
"Associated External Account".
Various users have the Full Mailbox Access right assigned.
These users can access the mailbox, but they also need to be able to "Send
As" the Sales mailbox.
I was getting the "You do not have the permission to send the message on
behalf of the specified user." message in Outlook, so I looked and found
this KB article:
Now, even after explicitly grantin...Exchange 2003 SP1
I'm trying to grant multiple users (2) "Send As" permissions on an Exchange
mailbox to no avail. I have given the users individual Full mailbox access,
and/or specific Send As permissions per MS KB HowTo's, however the same
insufficient rights error occurs when they try to Send As. I also tried
adding the security group with specific and full mailbox rights to no avail.
I am a domain admin and by default, I can Send As from anyone's mailbox.
Any help is much appreciated. Thx.
...grant "send as' to security group
Exchange 2003 server on Windows 2000 Server, AD is Mixed Mode.
Anyway to setup the 'send on behalf of' permissions to apply to an entire
security group as opposed to having to specify each individual user?
For example, a doctor's office has 15 doctors with email accounts. At any
given time there may be as many as 10 additional people accessing that users
mailbox and needing to be able to send email out and have it appear as being
from the doctor (don't even get me started on HIPAA with this, they've been
told). The respective users have already been defined into secu...Multiple mailboxes per Outlook account for send as either mailbox user using Exchange mailboxes
Using Outlook 2003 and Exchange Standard 2003 SP2. I need to have a user
open their Outlook email and be able to see and send as another user
account. For instance user Bob opens Outlook. Bob needs to see emails from
salesinfo account and be able to reply to email sent to salesinfo and the
reply needs to show as from salesinfo and not a reply from Bob or sent on
behalf of sales info.
I think I know how to do this but am looking to see if I am correct or there
is a better/easier way. The way I am thinking to try is to give Bob full
mailbox rights to salesinfo via salesinfo user account ...'send as' permission disappears
I have read posts that explain why this happens and have read Kb907434.
However, the user in that needs 'send as' permission is not a member of any
of the protected groups. They may have been in the past but this has been
We're using SBS2003 with Exchange R2 and MS Office 2003.
Any help greatly appreciated.
How are you applying this permissions and to what objects (Server, Admin
"Stuart" <Stuart@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have read posts that expla...DST has screwed up Send As
I've applied the DST patches to several clients now, both Ex2k and Ex2k3
servers. In all cases, no users have send As permissions after installing the
patches. Even if I specifically go back and grant the permissisions per
Let me explain: I have numerous clients I've configured with user accounts
set in an alternate OU so I could lock down user permmissions while logged on
to terminal servers (instead of using loopback GPO processing). These user
accounts aren't mail-enabled but have full access rights on their normal
domain accounts' maiboxes (i.e. user '...Can you automatically mark messages you send as watched?
Can you automatically mark messages you send as watched? Seems like there
has to be a better way than waiting for it to come back to your server and
then mark your own post.
Kilowatt@charter.net For initial email contact you must put "private"
in the subject line.
You can set your view settings to "Replies to My Messages"
> Can you automatically mark messages you send as watched? Seems like
> there has to be a better way than waiting for it to come back to your
> server and then mark your own post.
...granting send as
I have followed the following articles;
However we ae unable to grant the user Send As permissions. Whenevr the user
tries to reply tot he message the receive ane rror stating that they do not
have Send on Behalf Of rights. Our exchange server is 2003, 2000 domain and
the client is using Outlook 2000. If we grant Behalf Of rights then they can
reply to the message, but on Behalf Of and not just a reply from taht
mailbox. The user does have multiple mailboxes open and the mailbox i...Send As permission #7
is it possible granting Send As permission to a user that is not
User A is mailbox-enabled
User B is not mailbox/mail-enabled
I granted Full Mailbox and Send As permission to User B.
User B can access User A mailbox but it cannot send e-mail as User B.
If you are Running Exchange SP2 and have the following installed; kb916803
and kb911829, then that is expected.
You will have to grant 'Send As' in addition to full mailbox access. You
grant this in ADU&C.
I know that the behavior of the Full Ma...hook keyboard and send as other keyvalue
i have a problem to deal with global keyboard hooking .
my application has to deal with a special keyboard, whitch asking that when
press Shilft + A, it actually come out "#", Shift + B , it comes out "&"..
and when shift is not pressed, the A is still A.
i can not come out with the functionality no matter what..
i have to use global keyboard hooking since it is for the whole application
LRESULT CALLBACK keyProc(int nCode,WPARAM wParam,LPARAM lParam)
PKBDLLHOOKSTRUCT hook = (PKBDLLHOOKSTRUCT)lParam;
return CallNextHookEx(gHook, nCode, wPa...DST and Send As Permissions?
Could someone explain this to me? After doing the updates and re-basing, a
couple users started getting the don't have permission to send errors. So I
have to go into AD Users and give them permission to send as themselves.
What happened and why to just a couple random users?
- The users weren't able to send messages as themsevles using Outlook, when
logged in as themselves? Or did they use a mobile device like BlackBerry?
- It's an issue with stuff that explicitly needs Send As permissions - the
Full Mailbox Access and Send As permissions were separated in a previous
Do you still have to setup a user in Exchange 2007 EMC with 'Send As'
permission even if they are entered in the 'Full Access' permission in order
to allow them to be able to reply to messages received in someone elses
I thought that they would have inherited this being in the 'Full Access'
permission, or are these two seperate entities as such.
"Jim" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Do you still have to setup a user in Exchange 2007 EMC with 'Send As'
>...Send As Permissions #2
Can you someone tell me how to prevent users how are members of distribution
lists / groups from sending email as those groups? (I hope to avoid using
deny permissions and instead remove the appproporate allow permissions if I
can identify them)
Also, all of my users are able to send as each other, though the send as
permissions have not been defined? Can anyone help with a way to identify
how this is happening or a way to prevent it? The only permissions that I've
seen and consider suspect are entries for the 'mailservers$' with allow
permissions to everything. I don't...Send As permissions changing
We are running Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003. I have a user who needs
his assistant to send email as him. We are not interested in 'send on behalf
of', only 'send as'.
In AD i opened the user's object, clicked the security tab, clicked
advanced, added his assistant and gave her 'send as' permissions. After a
few minutes, I can re-open user object, and the assistant whom I just added
is gone. I have tried giving her full mailbox rights, and a few minutes
later those changes are gone. I mean the assistant's account is completely
removed from th...send as an alias
I have a question on the possiblity of sending as an alias with exch 2003
and outlook 2000. Our mail server handles 2 domains. I have a small group
of users that have an address with the main domain and an alias address as
the second domain. The primary address is with the main domain. They want
to be able to send out as the address in the second domain. I have tried
changing the primary smtp to the address in the second domain. I've done
this before when i've dealt with addresses that are other accounts and not
aliases. Wondering if this can be done. Thanks
You...how do i remove send as rights
how do i remove send as rights from a user.we want to see where is the mail
coming from. xxxx on behalf of yyyyy. under the security mail i've unchecked
the save as option of the member but it still shows the name only and not on
Does this help:
"Craig from Huguenot" <CraigfromHuguenot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> how do i remove send as rights from a user.we want to see where is the
> comi...Send as permissions
I am having an issue with the send as option in Exchange 2003. Users have
been able to send mails as there bosses but recently that permission seems to
When I reapply the permission it disappears after one hour or so. I have
tried all the kb articles in making sure that the permission is reapplied
any ideas. I have exchange 2003 sp1
...Send As permission
I have a problem. I need to give two people Send As permission on a
mailbox. I gave them Full Mailbox Access in Mailbox Right in the Exchange
Advance tab. That's fine. I gave them Send As permission in the Security
tab and they can send as this person. However, the permission in the
Security tab disappeared in about 20 - 30 minutes and they can't Send As
anymore. I have no more idea. Please help.
There are several security groups that get updated periodically by AD
(Domain Admins, Backup Operators, etc. - sorry, don't have the complete
list in front of...Problems send as permission
We've a problem with the Send As Permission. We've a
general info mailbox and several users can view the email
in this box and send as this emailbox user.
Windows 2003 STD
Exchange 2003 STD SP1 + hotfix kb831464
Outlook 2000 SP3
Send as rights configured as follow:
Now when we fill the field from whe get the warning no
permission to send as.
We've tested it with Outlook 2003, then it works fine! But
our organisation uses Outlook 2000. Anyone an idea to
workaround the problem? Pl...can't send as email in publisher 2003
i want to send a newsletter in the body of an email. i've already made sure i
have outlook 2003 set as my default email. the problem is that when i click
on 'send email', the only two options i get are: 'send publication as
attachment' and 'send publication as adobe pdf'. help!
As you have the option to send as a pdf, it sounds like you are actually
using Pub2007. It is my understanding that contrary to the information
provided by MSFT, you must use either Outlook 2007 or Outlook Express 5+.
Reference: The Send This Page as Message command is not available wh...no permission to send as
Hi. I need some assistance. This question may have been answered
elsewhere, but I couldn't find it right off.
We are trying to grant some interns permission to send email from
another mailbox in our exchange organization. We added the mailbox as
a user in AD, added the employee to the security tab and granted full
permissions (including Send As). I added the employee to the Mailbox
Rights tab in AD with full mailbox access. Then we added that mailbox
to the employee's Outlook profile.
When the employee tries to send email from that address (by putting
that user in the From: fiel...Administrators
I have a Exchange 2003/Window 2003 setup running in AD 2003 native mode and
came across a a problem.
It seems that all our Domain Admins have the ablilty when in outlook to
select the from field and send an email using any address. This is something
I would like to correct.
I thought if I remove the Send As rgiht assigned to Domain Admins in the
security tab in Users and Comptuers it would fix this but it didn't.
Default permissions were applied during the Exchange install and on Mailbox
rigths all admins have the deny right checked for send as and receive as.
Any ideas would b...How do i remove "Send As" rights
The PA in our company send mail as the GM (it is suppose to be "Send on
Behalf as"). I want to remove this. How do i do this in exch2003. Client is
Can remove this delegation from ADUC -> Find user-> go to the Properties of
the user->Exchange General tab->Delivery Option-> their you got an option to
set on-behalf permission, here you need to uncheck the checkbox.
> The PA in our company send mail as the GM (it is suppose to be "Send on
> Behalf as")....