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Send As a mail enabled security group in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hi

Is there a way to allow a user the ability to send as a mail enabled security group ? We have a mail enabled security group called Accounts and I want the accountant to be able to send emails as accounts@ but I cant see any way to set the Send As permission in a mail enabled security group, only in a distribution group.

Any ideas?

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you can always run

get-group <GroupName> | add-adpermission -user <Username> -extendedrights send-as
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a mail-enabled group is always a distributiongroup
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