Exchange 2010 send as (enterprise admin)

I posted about this issue a little while ago and people were very helpful. But I need to repopen the thread because I have another problem. see this post

I tried it using my account to send as another email address and it works because I'm an enterprise admin. But when I use a different account that isn't an enterprise admin it doesn't work even when I grant them full control of the disto group in ADUC. I've even tried removing my user account from the enterprise admin group and it stops working for me.

I don't want to give they guy who sends out or email blasts enterprise admin rights.
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
you need to give send as permissions not just full access. The two permissions are different. having full permissions does not give you send as permissions.
David11011Author Commented:
When I check the full access check box it checks the send as check box also. I've checked to be sure that the send as is checked and it is.

Send as permission
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Grant Send As ONLY. Don't grant any other permissions. With Exchange you can actually do more harm than good by granting Full permissions.

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David11011Author Commented:
Still not working.
Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Don't you have to restart the Information Store Service to get this to take effect right-away?  I think it has a grace period of like an hour or 2.

You can refer to here just to see if all is set:

As stated by Sembee2 I would not advise doing fullaccess and only grant permissions necessary to achieve the results.

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David11011Author Commented:
Ok, It's been figured out.

Not only do I need to go into ADUC and give send as permissions to the user. But I also need to go into command shell and run this command

Add-ADPermission - Identity <distribution group> -user <user> -ExtendedRights Send-As

I didn't realize that there was a difference between send as and send on behalf permissions. thanks for the link
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