N/APosted on - 11/03/2011
I want to delegate admin to somebody and whenever an email is sent on my behalf, it would be nice to get an email alert. I have searched the rule setting but the ‘on behalf of’ is not shown. Does anyone know how I can resolve this?
Settings for Sending Emails on Behalf of Another User
To do this successful start outlook and on the tool and menus click option's tab and on the delegate's tab on the option's box click Add button, just ensure you are on the exchange server account. Click delegates access the open and restart outlook. In the exchange server type the name of the person you want to be accessing your account. Click on the add button then click ok. Next choose the permissions you want to grant the delegate then click ok.
To send an email on behalf of someone start outlook then in the file menu click new and click email message. Get the name of the person you are doing the email on behalf of typed in the from field if the from field is missing then you can get it from the email message toolbar and click from. Type in the subject and the email then send, the recipient sees your name on behalf of the sender's in the from box.