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Where is Report Server service "Send As" permissions set?

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I am trying to configure a Report Server for e-mail delivery.  I have found several articles on how to do this but they all say...
     Verify that the Report Server Windows service has "Send As" permissions on the SMTP Server.

Can you please tell me how/where I find this permission.  I have not been able to verify that it's set to "Send As" because I don't know where to look for this setting.
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I have gotten side tracked so I will check these out and post another question if needed.
Thank you for your assistance and the links.
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