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sbs2011 using exchange 2010 - send as rights not working

Posted on 2014-03-07
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I have done this loads of times on numerous servers, but I have a mailbox which I have just created, and would like to use it when logged in using my current user profile. ie I want my current mailbox and the new one listed in outlook.

I have added the full rights to this mailbox within ESM and also "send as" rights for my username. ie I have given myself "send as" rights for the new mailbox.

When I open up exchange, I can see my existing mailbox and the new mailbox listed. I can navigate to both. I can receive, and read messages to both.

However, when I try to send using the new mailbox or even reply to an email that came in to the new mailbox, I am told :-

You can't send a message on behalf of this user unless you have permission to do so. Please make sure you're sending on behalf of the correct sender, or request the necessary permission. If the problem continues, please contact your helpdesk.

I notice that when I reply to a message which arrives in the new mailbox inbox, it actually goes into the outbox of my original mailbox, and the fails.

I just want to be able to send mail or replies from my new mailbox, when logged in to my own personal profile. I did not think I would have to grant rights to "send as" on my mailbox, to facilitate outbound mail on te new mailbox. I expected it would be able to handle its own outbound mail.

One other thing, I have enable the view "from" within outlook, but when I try to send a message from my new mailbox, I cannot see the new username in the list.

I just dont get it, what am I mising?

Can anyone help resolve this issue??
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Question by:nigelbeatson
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by:nigelbeatson
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The new user has now appeared on the list of users when adding "from" to send using the new mail account. Unfortunately, the mail is still going into my own outbox and failing with the error provided previously.

Thanks.
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by:nigelbeatson
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I have tried adding "send as" and "full access" to my mail account for the new mailbox, but this has not made any difference.

Can anyone assist?

Many thanks.
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Ahmed786 earned 500 total points
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May be its replication or network issue, better read below article for good explanation.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb676368(v=exchg.141).aspx
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by:nigelbeatson
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That is great! The document outlined that it might take a coule of hours to propogate, and it was just so. Working now! Many thanks.
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