I have a Blackberry Enterprise Server 4.1 in a Exchange 2003 environment running on Windows 2003 AD. I have multiple exchange servers in different child domains. In the US child domain where the BES is located, all my BB users are fine. I have a user in amsterdam who can receive mail but cannot send mail from his BB. His mail server is in the UK child domain. I set all the permissions for send as and receive as in the ESM UK mail server and the information store. I then when into AD, advance view and added the same permission to the users profile in AD. I restarted the routing and dispatcher service on the BES but he still gets the red X when trying to send mail. Please help.
This is what I was suspecting - with your current setup and the BES server located at the us.company.com level users at this level and below would be able to use the BES. Users above may be able to but
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To show how to create a transport rule in Exchange 2013. We show this process by using the Exchange Admin Center.
Log into Exchange Admin Center.: First we need to log into the Exchange Admin Center.
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