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Exchnage 2010 user impersonation

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I need the local system account on another machine (CRM-SRV-2K8R2$) in our domain  to have impersonation rights on our Exchange server so it can send emails. What is the syntax to add a remote system account in our Exchange server?
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if the account is going to send using smtp, I would just create an smtp connector that allows the internal IP range, or that specific machine to be able to send.
if you google instructions for allowing copiers/scanners to be able to send you will find detailed instructions on how to do this.
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No it's going to use exchnage. It's for CRM 2011 email router. It uses a system account and needs to be able to impersonate the CRM users so it can send emails.
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I've seen all 3 of those and I just can't seem to get it going. The 1st article from MS links to an article that shows how to set the service account to have impersonation abilities, but I think it's the service account for the exchange server I need to set it for the service account on the CRM server where the email router is.
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try my idea
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or when you give the user the rights choose the user in the form  CRM-SRV-2K8R2\systemaccountname
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Holy %*!&# it worked. Thanks!
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