Office 365 Smtp Relay for all users

Hi

We have migrated to Office 365 and all is going well.  But I cannot get our smtp server to send from everyone in the organisation.

In our organization we have a system that sends email using .asp pages and AspEmail which is Persits.MailSender.  We want to send out emails with the from address of the user and not the admin.

I used this document http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2600912 and all seemed ok. I used the "Method 1:Use a mail-enabled security group"
But it still does not work.
In my words this is what I did.
I set up a group called SendAs.  I added myself to it. I am admin. I added a user who needs to send as.  I used my account to authenticate the smtp server.
if I send email from me all ok, otherwise we get a failure with
"smtp;550 5.7.1 Client does not have permissions to send as this sender "

Please can someone help.

Thanks Terry
terrybuck9Asked:
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
You need to set those permissions first (step 3 in Method 1). You can verify the permissions by opening the properties dialog for the account you will be using to send.

After this, the best way to test it is from OWA, or by selecting the name of the sender from the address book (DO NOT use the stored entry in Outlook's name cache).
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terrybuck9Author Commented:
Sorry but can you explain your answers in more detail?  I am a novice in this area.
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Vasil Michev (MVP)Commented:
Click on the mailbox you created in step 2 of the article, go to the mailbox delegation tab and under Send As, make sure to add the group you created earlier. If you have done so already, just verify that the group is indeed listed there.

Next, start composing new mail in Outlook. In the From field, do not type the address and do not select it from the autocomplete entry. Instead, press the From button, Other E-Mail Address -> pres the From... button -> find the mailbox and press OK.

Because the way permissions are stored in Exchange, if you use a previously saved entry, you will run into the above mentioned error of not being able to send, even when you have the correct permissions. This should not affect the client you are using for the mail relay though.
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terrybuck9Author Commented:
Yes I have just successfully sent an email from the OWA logged in as the user, and changed the from address to my admin account.  Received ok.
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terrybuck9Author Commented:
Hi
I seam to have fixed it but not sure which bit did it.  I had other issues with Autodiscover that I had to amend my old exchange and internal DNS.  I also noticed I have given user full access to user and not send as.  After all of this and a few more tidy ups it suddenly worked.

Thanks for your help.

Terry
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terrybuck9Author Commented:
I fixed it myself.
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