How to send email on behalf of somebody else.
I am running Outlook 2003 connected to a 2003 exchange server. I have setup
the delagates section in options for the person I want to be able to send
out emails for me, how do they create the email on there machine that will
look like it comes from me.
When they start a new email have them click on the arrow next to the options
button and they should see a "From" field, selecting this will put a new
field in the email called "From" the user then clicks on the From to choose
who they want to send it "From" (you can see that I don't write technical
man...Windows 2003: Issue user certificate on behalf of a user
I'm working on an application where we are going to use User Principal Name
Mapping (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742438.aspx) to map
incoming requests on our application to windows accounts. From what I
understand, this will require user certificates issued by a CA within the
I've got a test Windows 2003 R2 domain up and running and have the CA
running as well.
What I can't figure out is how to issue a certificate for a user without
logging in as that user and using the web enrollment app. Is there any way
for a domai...You do not have the permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user.
We had a 5.5 site and installed a Exchange 2003 running on a Windows 2003
server into the site, we moved all mailboxes and public folders and deleted
the 5.5 server.
We have now experienced 2 problems.
1. OAB will not generate on any clients and it seems that we have to reset
the permissions on our site folders. Just mention this incase the solution
is the same.
2. This behavior occurs when a user has a common mailbox opened into his
own. On common mailboxes some users (users or mailboxes created after 2003
was introduced.) cannot send mail. By default the 'From' field is prefilled
...Send on Behalf of error message.....
Can someone tell me what the registry key is to supress
the Send on Behalf of warning message in Outlook 2000.
Not sure what you mean. What kind of mail accounts? Using Exchange server,
with delegates? If users need the right to send mail from someone else, they
need Send As rights (set on the Exchange server itself), not Send on Behalf
of (which will trump the Send As rights).
> Can someone tell me what the registry key is to supress
> the Send on Behalf of warning message in Outlook 2000.
...send on behalf of #2
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?
...Disable Error sending email on behalf of user
When trying to send an email from our ERP system I get an error. A program
is trying to send e-mail on your behalf.
How do I disable this???
See http://www.outlookcode.com/d/sec.htm for your options with regard to =
the "object model guard" security in Outlook 2000 SP2 and later =
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Author of Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
and Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for=20
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
&q...Send on behalf of #2
I have a user that when he sends internet mail, it says he is sending on
behalf of himself.
If I remove the exchange service from his profile, his internet mail works
I have the same config for the other users, this is the only one that does
check this out:
327000 HOW TO: Grant "Send As" and "Send on Behalf" Permissions in Exchange
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http://www.asp-partner....Problem getting rid of "on behalf of name" in the from field
I have an unusual problem... I work for a company that is actually two
companies in one. Manufacturing company that makes two different products so
as to have two different names. We use Outlook 2000 and our mail is hosted
by our ISP (who use a Linux mail server). We have two different email
accounts firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . When we go to send email (abc.com
being the default account) and we chose the from field and chose firstname.lastname@example.org
the email goes out to the recipient as email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org
.. We can not have this because they are two separate companies. It is OK
for...send on behalf of #6
I recently upgraded all of my client's in the office to Office 2003 from
Office 2000. Now, when a user that has access to a Support mailbox sends an
email from the Support mailbox, it sends it saying something like this:
From: Support (on behalf of Andre...)
That never happened in Office 2000. It just used to say:
So far, I've been unable to find a fix for this, including in the KB. I'm
sure this has to be a setting somewhere - does anyone know where? My
Exchange Server is 2000.
Send As permissions can only be set in Active Directory Users an...Send on behalf of #4
How do I make it look like a send on behalf message look
like it really came from the person that it is being sent
on behalf of
Unfortunately it is not possible to make the "Send on behalf of" look like
it came directly from that person. This is by design because it keeps
people from sending e-mail from another persons account without the
receipient know who actually sent the mail.
I hope this information is helpful.
Partner Technical Lead -- Outlook/Office Setup
Microsoft Technical Support for Platforms and Business Applications
>C...Send on Behalf of #3
We're using Outlook 2002 with Exchange 5.5. I've setup the
delegates and permissions correctly in order to send on
behalf. The problem I'm having is that when the recipient
receives the message, it doesn't state anywhere that the
message was "Sent on Behalf of". Am I missing a setting
somewhere? So close....yet so far away.
...Send on behalf of ?
Isn't it possible to send a quick campagin on behalf of another person in
CRM 4.0 ??
We tried giving the rights send on behalf of in CRM and we assigned the
campaign to another user. It seemed ok, there stood the other persons name
in "from" but the users use Outlook to send mail and the recieved mail was
from the user creating the campaign and not the one it should be ??
...How delegate send mail on behalf of manager
I'm working with EXCHANGE 5.5/outlook 2000, my manager
delegate his inbox to me, how can I send mail on behalf
Thank your prompt response!
You can use the "From" field for that when addressing an e-mail.
If it's not visible use View-> From Field
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
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"zhenzhu_jiang" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> De...Sending Messages on Behalf of another User
Is there a way to just sent a message on behalf of another users on your
domain (in your company)? I don't want to have to go through the process of
sharing eveyone's Email, I just want some users to be able to send an Email
and it look like it's coming from another user. That way when the customer
responds to the message it goes back to the original person, not the person
who sent it.
Nathan Goldberg wrote on Mon, 08 December 2008 18:56
> Is there a way to just sent a message on behalf of another users on your
> domain (in your company)? I don't want to have to...firstname.lastname@example.org On Behalf Of email@example.com weird reply in email
This is a problem I have now and then. I send an e-mail and the party
replies. But all I get is the fact that they are replying with this From
address. I get my message back in the body.
From the two senders I can recall, they seem to use Lotus notes and one has
an AS 400.
If this is happening only when they reply (and you aren't
firstname.lastname@example.org) it's their issue, not yours.
> This is a problem I have now and then. I send an e-mail and the party
> replies. But all I get is the fact that they are replying with this
> From address. I get my message back...send on behalf of but reply do different address?
a colleague wants to send out an email-shot on behalf of her Manager but get
the replies back to her own address, we are using Exchange 2003 and Outlook
Does anyone know if this is possible please?
Yes. Look on the Options dialog when composing a new message - use the send
replies to field.
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Out...Send On Behalf Of #5
I have added another mailbox to my folder list and I am
able to send messages from that mailbox withough it being
flagged as "Sent On Behalf Of".
Another user wants to do the same with another mailbox and
we can't get it set up the same way. Whenever she sends
an email it always shows up as "sent on behalf of" but we
don't want it to do that just like my secondary mailbox.
How can we accomplish this?
You can't control this from within Outlook. It is being controlled on the
user object from within Active Directory Users & Computers
Roady [...Decline on Behalf of another
I have a user who was invited to a Meeting along with a few others. He
declined the meeting but the message Outlook sent to the Meeting planner was
that He was declining on behalf of one of the other invitees. He is not a
delegate for the other person and has no authority to her calendar. We are
using Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003. Does anyone have any idea what would
cause this kind of erroneous reply. Thnaks.
Peter J. Schwartz
...Remove "On behalf of " in header
I have MS outlook 2002, and different email accounts (pop and imap).
When I setup for an IMAP account, I have to fill in a username and mail
Specially when I send a message from address@mydomain any other mail (with
another "from" address) will show the "<sender> on behalf of
How can I prevent Outlook to add this text?
The reasen is tha I use a lot of addresses@mydomain.
E.g. a ebay account will have ebay@mydomain. When I get a message from ebay
and reply to it, the message will have the header/from "ebay@mydomain on ...create rule to copy sent items sent on behalf of delegate
We have a few support accounts where delegates have permission to send
on behalf of this account. The Sent items will appear in the "Sent
folder" of the delegate instead of account owner; apparently this is by
design. This is a problem for us, though, because other delegates of
the account can't see what has been sent on behalf of the account,
i.e., User A does not know the support emails sent by User B on behalf
of email@example.com. KB317865 supplies a solution by way of copying
all the items in the Delegates Sent Folder to the account owners Sent
Folder. I would like to know...send on behalf of #3
I have a user that opens additional email boxes, I have granted the user
full access to the other mailboxes and send on behalf of rights. They can't
forward email from those other mailboxes. Anything I am missing?
"Brandon Baker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a user that opens additional email boxes, I have granted the user
>full access to the other mailboxes and send on behalf of rights. They can't
>forward email fr...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...Accept invitaion "on behalf of ..." Can this b done?????
I have win xppro and exc2003. The GM's secretary asks me a question which i
do not know the answer to. She wants to know if she can accept a invitation
of behalf of the GM which is on honeymoon at the moment. Can this be done
and how do i do this?
thanks for the help
On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 12:39:04 +0200, "Express" <email@example.com>
>I have win xppro and exc2003. The GM's secretary asks me a question which i
>do not know the answer to. She wants to know if she can accept a invitation
>of behalf of the GM which is on...Send on behalf of user?
We recently moved to 2003 exchange and now when a user sends as another
user the email says " this was sent on behalf of" We found that it does
not happen if you are a member of the domain admins group. Why did
this change with the move to 2003 and how do we do it so it 100% looks
like the original sender.
1. Using Active Directory Users & Computers, switch to Advanced View
(View menu -> Avanced View)
2. Double-click the user you want to send as (not send on belhalf), go
to the Security tab, click Advanced add "Send As" permission to the user
you want to deleg...removing delegates name from Sent On Behalf Of within outlook,
Hi can anyone tell me how to remove the delgates name when sending a mail on
behalf of a generic email account ? . I would really appreciate the advise as
having the delegates name displayed causes conflict in the work place
You cannot do this with "Send On Behalf Of" permissions. The Exchange admin
will have to set "Send As" permissions for those users on the AD object that
holds the mailbox.
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
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