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Send email from FSRM on Window 2008R2

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I want to use my Exchange in the FSRM. When I try to send a test email, it returns the following.


"A File Server Resource Manager Service email action could not be run.

Error-specific details:
   Error: IFsrmEmailExternal::SendMail, 0x8004531c, Mailbox unavailable. The server response was: 5.7.1 Client does not have permissions to send as this sender
"

On my Exchange 2007, I have already put the server under Server Configuration -> Hub Transport -> Anti-spam -> IP Allow List --> IP of the File server.

Any idea ? Is it possible to use my internal Exchange 2007 server to send out the email ?

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So has your file server been allowed to relay of the exchange server.Below link should guide you how to setup SMTP relay on the exchange server.http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2006/12/28/3397620.aspx
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Tks. It doesn't work. Still pop up for this error. Tks
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So  have you done what I said in my previous post
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Yes, put the server on the receiver connection and set the corresponding access but it still pops up the same error.

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So from the FSRM what account are using to send email.
You need to use an account which doesn't exist in our exchange organisation
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Try an account that exist / no exist in the Exchange organization but it doesn't work.

Run the following command in Exchange powershell :
Add-Adpermission -Identity "joy@mydomain.com" -user "mydomain\fileserver$" -extendedrights "Send-as"

It says that "joy@mydomain.com" was not found..

Any advise further ?

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Thanks for the points.
So what was issue
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It's the name box name, I should use the Display name, not alias nor the email address.

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