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send as permission in Exchange 2000

By krykino_cry ·
I need to access two mailboxes (A and B) in my outlook 2003. I'm using A account, so I add B mailbox by referring to http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF006.html. In order to make A has the Send As permission in B mailbox and when sends a message through B mailbox, the From field shows the B as the sender,I configured by referring to http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-6345_11-5035124.html.

After that I forward B's email, I got the undeliverable message: "You do not have permission to send to this recipient. For assistance, contact your system administrator."

Eventhough I grant A full permission in B's mailbox, I still get the same error.

Anyone can help me regarding to this issue? Any help would be appreciated.

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by jswentworth In reply to send as permission in Exc ...

What are you forwarding the mail from B to A as well as opening Bs mailbox in your outlook? That seems redundant.
With that said, are your relaying permissions set? Can the server relay from itself?

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by krykino_cry In reply to Question

Maybe my last post is a little bit confusing. Normally each of the user will have only one mailbox appear in the outlook. However, I need two mailboxes which are A and B to be appeared. A is my mailbox while B is the additional mailbox. So that means I opened the outlook based on the authentication of A account. I was saying I forwarded B's existing email to A is because I need to test the send as permission. I need to know whether I can send B's email through his mailbox as B is only the additional mailbox (just like the article http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/MF006.html).

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