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Send as Distribution Group Exchange 2010 - permissions reverting?

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Hi all

I am trying to set permissions for users to be able to send as a distribution group (i.e info@)

Using the command:

Set-DistributionGroup "Info" -GrantSendOnBehalfTo User

This command works.

However, within a few minutes (if that) - the permission goes away and when trying to Send As, the user gets an NDR.

I've come across this before in that the user USED to be part of an admin group - so I have cleared the admincount AD attribute to 0 and also re-enabled permission inheritance.

I'm sure this fixed it before but it's still happening.

Any idea?
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by:Amit
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create one test user and check and everything works with test user.
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by:gaurav2rawat
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It usually happens because of two reasons either outlook not configured correctly or
 conflicting permissions; since in your case permission gets reverted it has to be a permission issue.

Is it possible that the block inheritance is enabled if not check for the effective permissions of the group especially for any deny´s set on the ACL for the users. You could also try doing it from scratch with new distribution group and user

It's definitely a permission issue- provided the permissions are getting reset. Try looking into that in detail and you'll definitely find the problem.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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What is the SP and RU for Exchange ?
What if you manually set the settings using EMC GUI ?

- Rancy
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Fixed by adding Send As permission in AD Advanced Properties!
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