Send As not working

Exchange Server 2007.
Have a user with 2 mail boxes.  I setup send as permissions on the second mail box through the EMC Gui.  Also setup the send as through the EMS.
When user tries to send, reject, do not have send as permission.  When I go back in to look at the send as permissions, they have disappeared...
I have added them and waited up to 2 hours for the permissions to take effect but to no avail as somehow they are being removed.....
Any ideas?
tfountainAsked:
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ryansotoCommented:
Maybe the domain security is overriding.
In ADUC go to view then advanced.
Right click domain then properties.
Go to the security tab  Find the account that needs to have the send as permission and make sure its checked.
If it is checked then do this same process but instead of checking the domain check the individual user having issues
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ckimball99Commented:
You could try setting the send as permission through Active Directory Users and Computers mmc and see if those stick.
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
ryansoto/ckimball99, I have done that.  Disappears from there after 15-30 mins also...
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ckimball99Commented:
Do you use any third party permission apps for your AD that could be reseting the permissions back?
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
No.  Matter of fact, brand new server and installation of Exchange 2007.  Been in place for a month now.  Started to have this issue after Exchange 2007 SP1 I think.
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
Could it have any thing to do with this user being a member of Domain Adimns and Exchange Domain Servers? (Owner of company and has access to all mailboxes.
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ryansotoCommented:
You either have the send as permission or not and I believe the enterprise admins have this permission on all mailboxes.
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
OK.  So if I remove him from the Exchagne Domain Servers group, the send as works.  Thereby, now denying him access to the rest of the mailboxes on the server....  There has to be a happy medium that will allow both.....
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ryansotoCommented:
Why was he in that group?  Why not put him in the domin admin group?
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
The Domain Admin (I am pretty sure) group actually prevents viewing of other user mailboxes...
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ryansotoCommented:
Sorry your right the domain admin group doesnt prevent this.  He/she would need to be a member of the enterprise admin group or change the security on the domain admin group to allow send as.
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tfountainAuthor Commented:
ok, sorry for the delay but I wanted to make sure I had it right.  After much play and testing on a test network I threw together for this, yes ryansoto, if I add him to the enterprise admin group he could see all mail boxes and have his specialized permissions.
I also found that for what ever reason; if I gave him "Full mail box rights" and "Send As" the send as would disappear.  It did not do this on the test server therefore there are some old permission hold overs from the upgrade I did a couple months ago to Exchange 2007 server 2003 from Exchange 2000 and Server 2000.  I am addressing these separately.
Thanks ryansoto!
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