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We have a few users using MacMail in our Exchange 2007 enviroment.  They are able to receive email using the Exchange connection, however they cannot send email.

If I take user account and set it as a Domain or Exchange admin, the user account can send email.

Any idea on the permissions issue?  I'm thinking its somewhere in the registry of my CAS server, but I can't find it.

I called Microsoft, they didn't help me except for refunding my $259.00.
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did you set them up with IMAP? Or are you trying to have them use MAPI?
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Here is the solution:

Its a permissions issue on the receive connector

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997170.aspx
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