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Unable to "Send As" after making the necessary changes into the mailbox permission using Exchange Management Console ?

Posted on 2011-03-13
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Hi,

I wonder why I am still unable to "send as" from my Outlook using this particular mailbox ? eventhough:

1. I was able to open up the Mailbox successfully as additional mailbox in my Outlook
2. Grant my self "FULL ACCESS" and the "Send on Behalf"

do I have to make this mailbox as "Shared mailbox" instead of normal mailbox ?

FYI: I'm using the following:

Exchange Server 2007 SP1
Outlook 2007 SP2
Domain functionality level: Windows Server 2003
Forest functionality level: Windows 2000

and I still don't understand why after recreating the user mailbox and making the configuration the same I still cannot "send on the behalf of" this new user mailbox ?

the previous mailbox is a shared mailbox which was created long time ago since Exchange 2003 and now I have deleted that after exporting all of the mail content.
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You do not have to make this a shared mailbox. Make sure you have assigned the right permissions. Then force AD replication and wait for sometime. You can also check out this blog
http://exchangeconsult.blogspot.com/2011/03/send-as-send-on-behalf-permissions.html
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thanks for the explanation mate !
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