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Send on behalf of a AD Contact Object / Exchange 2003

Posted on 2013-01-21
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Hi,
I'm sure there is a simple answer to this problem.

I have a contact set-up in Active Directory noreply@ourcompany.co.uk
Its put in the Sales OU


I would like everyone in the sales department have the permission to send on behalf of noreply@ourcompany.co.uk

I can't find a tab with any obvious clues to exchange permissions.

When the sales users are sending on behalf of noreply@ourcompany.co.uk they get a popup message saying "You do not have permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user."

Please help
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Question by:Mchallinor
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Giladn earned 500 total points
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you must be missing the "advanced" tab..
see here:
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2005/01/07/348596.aspx

to add all sales users add them to a group and then add the group to "send as" permissions..

G
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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Don't use a Contact - you cannot set the permissions you need on the object.
Use a group instead, which you can, and don't set any members. Any replies will then be dropped silently.

Although my preference would be to use a mailbox, so that you can catch replies easily.

Simon.
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by:Giladn
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Sambee2 -
doesn't  NOREPLY@@ourcompany.co.uk  mean that there should be no incoming emails?
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by:Mchallinor
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Thanks Simon and Giladn,

The email address is noreply@....  because I don't want any replies.
I don't want a mailbox on exchange to fill up with junk...

From the AD contact I can see "Exchange Advanced" tab?  
But only have Custom Attributes or ILS Settings to play with there...
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by:Mchallinor
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Giladn,

I didn't read the link properly!  Thanks, I totally forgot about viewing Advanced Features in AD!  It's been an while and feeling a bit stupid!

I will let the AD security update and then try sending on behalf tomorrow.

Thanks again!
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