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Why "you do not have permission to send to this recipient"?

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I have an exchange 2003 server.  I have setup an account that I have assigned a second user with full mailbox rights.  When this user sends from this account they receive a " You do not have permission" DNR.  Can anyone let me know why this is?  I have this same senario working in other accounts?
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Make sure that this account has Send As permission over the other account that he is trying to send from
Follow this article carefully and it should work fine
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2005/01/07/348596.aspx
 
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LOL......  You are correct, but just about 15 minutes too late.  I had just setup a security group with the users I needed in this group and made the exact changes as discribed in this kb.  It is working great.  Thanks for they help even though you were not quite quick enough!  I believe you still deserve the points!

Rocky
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