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Full access permissions in Exchange 2010 dont allow send as permission

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hi,  

I have 3 users setup to have full access permission on a particular mailbox. 2 users can send as but 1 user cant.  There is no seperate send as permissions set.

I have tried removing the user permissions and readding them but to no avail.

Any suggestions welcome and appreciated

Regards

recsol
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by:mbm2708
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hi man ,

make sure the full permission doesnt give you to send an email from the mailbox you have to set as send as and out the user on the mailbox to send as behalf

if u can put the screenshot of the mailbox propriets

if you have any another question feel free to ask

thank you
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by:Mohammad Ishtyaq Khatri
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Add the user in the security tab of the AD account of the mailbox on which the behalf email needs to be sent & check mark the full access, this should work.
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chakko earned 500 total points
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Have you also granted the send-as permission?

this page describes how you can set the permission

http://www.jim-doyle.com/?p=1126
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by:recsol
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Thanks Chakko,

it wasnt exactly what i was looking for but it pointed me in the right direction.

What was actually being used was send on behalf of permissions.  Setup via mailbox properties -mail flow settings - delivery options
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