"Send As" permission removed

Posted on 2013-05-13
Last Modified: 2013-05-17

I would like to give a user the ability to open another mailbox and do "send as" emails.

I am able to add the "send as" in the Security Settings for AD however they seem to get removed after a short while.

The user is not an admin user.

Can anyone advise?
Question by:edli83
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Expert Comment

ID: 39161858
If your account is a domain admin, administrator or a member of another protected group, then Exchange will remove the Send As permissions by default.

try with a different user with no admin rights see if it works out..


Author Comment

ID: 39161888
I dont believe it is in a protected group, the user is a member of:

Domain Power Users
Domain Users
Power User Template
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Expert Comment

ID: 39161970
can you try a user with "domain users" ?

see here for more details :

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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
ID: 39162036
"Domain Power Users"
That is the group that is causing the Send As permission to be removed.

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Expert Comment

ID: 39162268
Open user properties using adsiedit tool.If Admin count value is 1, that means user is part of protected group.
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Expert Comment

ID: 39174885
power users is  a protected group you should have at least divide the points as you got the answer right away.


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