How to delegate send as in exchange 2003?

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
We created a new mailbox and need for the user to be able to send replies from the e-mails she receives. When she attempts to send she gets a "You do not have the permission to send the mesage on behalf of the specified user." message. I've given her send as rights from the security tab in the mailbox properties. I'm a bit green when it comes to Exchange. Any help is greatly appreciated. I've read several posts on different forums and have tried different things but to avail. I know the information store service needs to be restarted but I don't want to do that as users here need their mail. I read that it will propagate in a couple hours time but noghint has worked yet. Thanks in advance.
Question by:kml57
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    This is an active directory rights issue.  

    Go into AD Users / Computers  Find your user.   Right click and choose properties.  Choose Properties. Go to the security tab. Click Advanced Then Click Add in the new window.  Enter the user you would like, check name, click OK, then scroll down to the bottom and choose Send As.
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    Add-ADPermission "Mailbox" -User "Domain\User" -Extendedrights "Send As
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    He's using 2003.
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    Thanks bharrington83. I tried that and I still get the same error message. This after waiting out the two and a half hours seeing that I cannot restart the information store. Any more suggestions? I went to the security tab for the user herself in AD. I also added her there as a send as. Maybe a delegate thing in Outlook? This is frustrating.....:(
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    Take it off in exchange.  Don't have it in both places, may be conflicting.

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