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SBS 2003 R2 "Send as rights"

I have a SBS 2003 R2 box
i have a user called Paul. Paul left the company.
The secretary (admin01) needs to send as Paul.
From the user Paul´s Outlook, I gave Admin01 full control rights (custom) on his inbox and sent items.
Admin01 has her outlook configured to see Paul´s mailbox. No Problem there..
i now need to allow Admin01 to send email from her outlook enviroment but it looks as if it comes from Paul.
What I have done so far: Logon to server as administrator, open AD, click on advanced view. Open Paul properties, open security tab. Add Admin01. Selct full control making sure  "send as" rights is ticked.
I also went to the Exchange advanced tab (still in Paul properties),  added Admin01 and gave Admin01 full control.
Back on Admin01 workstation
i logged off  Admin01 and logged in again. I tried to forward an email from Paul´s inbox to the CEO but still get the below message after a 10 seconds or so

            "You do not have permission to send to this recipient.  For assistance, contact your system administrator."

Any ideas?
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Ingo Brown
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puschkinCommented:
send as forbid is a smaller rigth.
please check the other groups for admin01 - or go under sequrity - eff rights...
the samlest right is important... is the user admin01 also in a group with send as vorbid - then is taht the eff. right...
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puschkinCommented:
sorry...
"the samlest" - the smalest...
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puschkinCommented:
the next question is: your outlook version...
when you forward a mail out of the admin01 account - this mail has admin01 as sender...
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Ingo BrownOwnerAuthor Commented:
Hi Puschkin
I do not understand "send as forbid"
Do you mean: "is the allow tick box ticked on the send as rights"? If so, then YES I have that ticked.
In fact I have admin01 "Full control" ticked on the advanced permisions for the exchange and AD general properties ticked for the Paul user.
Outlook version is Outlook 2003
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puschkinCommented:
ok, sorry for my bad english :-) i'm german :-)
1. you have the user admin01 with full access.......
2. you have a group who admin01 inside - this group has send as prohibited (also prohibited is tick)

then is the result: the "prohibit right"
you musst also find the group who admin01 is inside and admin01 delete out of group or give the group send as rights...
you can check this under effective rights....
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Ingo BrownOwnerAuthor Commented:
Hi Puschkin
Ok I got it working by adding the Admin01 user in the admistrators group
Obviously I can not leave it like that but if we can work backwards from there, then its a start.

So:
In my understanding, its an Exchange permission that Admin01 needs the ability to send on behalf of somebody else. From Paul´s perspective, the Admin01 has the rights to send but from an Exchange perspective the Admin01 needs to be allowed an administrative permission to actually perfrom the task. A task that is allowed to be perfomred by the administrative group.
Any ideas?
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puschkinCommented:
here a other one - evtl. better....
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Sending-As.html
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Ingo BrownOwnerAuthor Commented:
Hi
The key for me was time value. After 2 hours it just worked. I have removed the administrator membership from the Admin01 user and it still works fine.
I did also make the admin01 user a delegate of Paul but when she sends , it still seems to send it from Paul , not "sent on behalf of...."
either way its working

Thanks
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puschkinCommented:
ok ,thank you for your rating ....

have a nice day.....

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