How to assign Send-As permission for a contact in SBS 2008

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I have created a mail enabled contact in Exchange 2007 on my SBS 2008 server. I would like to enable users to send-as for this account. It is a do_not_reply@domain.com email address contact. This was straightforward in 2003 but i cant seem to find where to set this up in the 2007/2008 based system. Help
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In the Exchange Management Console under Recipients, right click and Select Manage Send As permissions.
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This object is set up in \RC\Mail Contact rather than \RC\Mailbox as i did not want to use up a license to create the email address as a user.

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This account is  "Mail User" or a "Mail Contact" ?

Checkout the below powershell command, If it doesnot work then you would have to create a mailbox,

Add-ADPermission "Contact DIsplay Name" -User "domain\user" –AccessRights extendedright -Extendedrights "Send As"

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Found the answer. In AD User+Computers with view set to advanced, the properties of a contact shows the security tab where permission can be given. thanks to all those who contributed.
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Which is what was in the link KCTS posted.
Therefore comment ID: http:#26453700 should be accepted as the answer

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sorry i overlooked the link

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