A "regular" user can't send e-mails with an associated Exchange account accessed by profile option

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2010-03-06

I have a problem with one MS Exchange account... I created a specific profile for a user to use an exchange account. The problem is, when i, as a user with administrator permissions, use that email account, i can receive and send e-mails. But when that "regular" user ties to send an e-mail, it doesn't work... Could it be a permission problem with the "regular" user account?

I thank in advance all the help!
Question by:ALLP01
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    What permissions did you give that account?
    To send email the account needs both Full Mailbox Access AND Send As permissions.


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    Thank you for your reply! The account already has both the permissions you mentioned...The only permissions it doesn't have are: "Associated external account" and "Special permissions"...
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    The account should ONLY have the permissions I have outlined, no other permissions should be granted as they can actually cause problems. If you have changed permissions then it can take a few hours before those permissions are live.

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