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'Send as permissions' Exchange 2010

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Hello,

I am trying to grant send as permissions to a selected user. However I keep getting this error. Please see attached image.

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sorry, here it is!
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Seems the account you are using doesnt has rights to provide SendAs on this Mailbox, if you have rights ensure that "Allow Inheritable" is checked on this users Account

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I will give this a try. Thanks
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The completion has now been successful, however the selected user still cannot send emails from the added mail box.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Try with a new Profile or even can try with OWA\Webmail

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This task is on hold for time being but thanks for your help.

I am also trying to grant 'Send as Permissions" for another using and I keep getting this error.  Please see attached !
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Is the object available on that DC and if so do you have proper rights to provide permissions ?

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I am a domain admin so I have proper rights to add permissions. Apologies, but I am new to IT, what do you mean by "object"?
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Object could be anything (ADaccount\Contact\DL\PF etc etc).

Check if "Allow Inheritable" is checked on the user properties - Security tab

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Thanks, I'll give this a try
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I have checked "Allow inheritable", but i am still getting the same error
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Is the issue with just one Account or multiple ?

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This users is the only known problem. We did have this problem on another account before but seems to be resolved by a server restart, which was only done because of internal mail being sluggish. I don't really want to restart start the server for the case of one account.
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Hehehe I agree as i can never relate the issue to Server restart :)

Look you can take LDP or Permission dump to work or simply export data for user to PST and try to give a new Mailbox. If that too doesnt work than its probably ADaccount issue and create a new AD account and connect to existing mailbox and check

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Thanks I will take a look.
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