Granting a user Send As permissions to a mailbox will allow the user to send emails posing as that mailbox.
This is useful, e.g., if an assistant needs to send out emails for a manager or if multiple users need to send out emails from a shared mailbox, e.g., to perform customer support.
However, by default, any email sent using Send As permissions will only appear in the sent items folder of the actual sender – not in the sent items of the mailbox it was sent as.
This article will show you how to fix this.
How to Save a Copy of Sent As Emails in the Sent Items Folder
With Easy365Manager, you can manage this setting from user properties in Active Directory Users and Computers.
Open up properties of any user, select the Mailbox tab, and click Mailbox Delegation:
To ensure that all emails sent with Send As permissions are stored in the sent items folder of the mailbox, you only need to select the check box:
Click OK twice to apply the new setting.
Use PowerShell to Configure Save a Copy of Sent As Emails
Without Easy365Manager, you’re stuck with PowerShell for this configuration and many others.
Connect to Exchange Online and use the following command to configure the mailbox to store a copy of Send As emails in the sent items folder of the mailbox:
Set-Mailbox email@example.com -MessageCopyForSentAsEnabled $true
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