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Send As Permissions are getting removed after adding on Mailbox - Exchange 2007

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Running Exchange 2007sp1

We are adding Send as Permissions for a program called easy mail. There are 4 of us in a organizational unit with Admin rights. Every time that we assign Send As Permissions for the easy mail account with in a few minutes it will be removed. I have found some stuff on since we have admin rights we cant do it??? They suggested having 2 domain accounts. Doesnt seem the most logical way, any suggestions? Other mailboxes do keep their rights since they dont have the admin right.
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Two accounts is the way that Microsoft want you to work. That is the best practises - have a least privileges account for day to day use and then the administrator account for admin work. It is the most secure way of working. The behaviour you are seeing has been the case since a Exchange 2003 Sp2 hotfix.

There are various ways to get round it, the most common one is used by the Blackberry crowd.

Ignore the bits about bes:
http://www.blackberryforums.com.au/forums/general-bes-discussion/436-unlisted-message-error-desktop-email-program-unable-submit-message.html

Simon.
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Thanks for the help... I ended up just removing the specific users from the Built-in Admin group and it fixed the problem. There is plenty of info to read through for work arounds.
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