Need to suppress "on behalf of" from Meeting Request


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Chris H

I have several POP3 email accounts set up as aliases to my primary Microsoft
Exchange Server account and I want to send out Meeting invites using one of
my POP3 accounts but I don't want the "On Behalf Of..." showing as the sender.

With a regular e-mail, I can do this and any replies will go back to the
alias as well, but I can't seem to set things up so that the same behaviour
happens with a Meeting request. Every Meeting goes out with "Hxxx, Chris on
behalf of Chris Hxxx" (ie: POP3 account on behalf of MSExchange account).
Can I change settings so that the Meeting request "From:" works similar to an
email's "From:"?

Thanks!
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

You would need to use the POP3 accounts in a separate profile from your primary Exchange profile. I think changing the FROM: field only works on Exchange accounts.

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


After furious head scratching, Chris H asked:

| I have several POP3 email accounts set up as aliases to my primary
| Microsoft Exchange Server account and I want to send out Meeting
| invites using one of my POP3 accounts but I don't want the "On Behalf
| Of..." showing as the sender.
|
| With a regular e-mail, I can do this and any replies will go back to
| the alias as well, but I can't seem to set things up so that the same
| behaviour happens with a Meeting request. Every Meeting goes out
| with "Hxxx, Chris on behalf of Chris Hxxx" (ie: POP3 account on
| behalf of MSExchange account).
| Can I change settings so that the Meeting request "From:" works
| similar to an email's "From:"?
|
| Thanks!
 
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