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How to grant a user full right to a distribution list in Exchange 2010

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Hello,

My PR team want to be able to send email out as the distribution list email address. Anyone able to give me the exact command to do it in exchange power shell? Thanks
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get-distributiongroup <name> | add-adpermission -user NameOfUser  -AccessRights ExtendedRight -ExtendedRights "send as"
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hi- thanks for the response. I want to make sure i follow.

distrbition list = ir@abc.com (alias "ir")
user that want access = john@abc.com (alias "john")

If i have the above. I should be typing this in the command field?

get-distributiongroup ir | add-adpermission -user john -accessrights extenderight -extendedrights "full"

I want to grant the user full access.
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for full access it is

get-distributiongroup ir | add-adpermission -user john -accessrights FullAccess

but you said

" send email out as the distribution list email address."


for that you will need send-as and not full access
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by:jli168
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I'm told that if i do "send as" recipient will get message as "send on behalf of" therefore i need full access.

Getting this when trying to grant full access.

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>get-distributiongroup xxxxxxx | add-adpermission -user xxxxxx -accessrights fullaccess
Cannot process argument transformation on parameter 'AccessRights'. Cannot convert value "fullaccess" to type "System.D
irectoryServices.ActiveDirectoryRights[]". Error: "Cannot convert value "fullaccess" to type "System.DirectoryServices.
ActiveDirectoryRights" due to invalid enumeration values. Specify one of the following enumeration values and try again
. The possible enumeration values are "CreateChild, DeleteChild, ListChildren, Self, ReadProperty, WriteProperty, Delet
eTree, ListObject, ExtendedRight, Delete, ReadControl, GenericExecute, GenericWrite, GenericRead, WriteDacl, WriteOwner
, GenericAll, Synchronize, AccessSystemSecurity"."
    + CategoryInfo          : InvalidData: (:) [Add-ADPermission], ParameterBindin...mationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentTransformationError,Add-ADPermission
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by:Akhater
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yes sorry right because FullAccess is with Add-Mailbox permission not Add-AdPermission my bad and thus can't be done on a group
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by:Postmaster
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The Send-As rights are SEND-AS rights, not send-on-behalf.
So when this is used, the recipient does not see the true senders details.

Test it and see for yourself.
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by:jli168
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Thank you guys, got it to work with the following

add-adpermission "IR" -user "john" -extendedrights "send as"




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