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Exchange 2003 Sending As Distribution List

Posted on 2014-03-07
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Hey EE!

I'm currently working on setting up "Send As" functionality for our distribution lists. I've found guides online referring to setting up the security for the list, and enabling the "send as" security.

What I was wondering is, is it possible to configure this so members of the group have the appropriate permissions? Obviously not Everyone to keep security proper, but group members?

Thanks in advance! Currently I can send from an administrative account, but can't seem to get it working for non-administrative accounts.
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I just had to set up a user yesterday to do just this. The one thing that I always forget is that the distribution group can not be hidden from exchange (at least that is what I have found).

I take it since you have seen the instructions on the internet you know that you need to give them "send as" in the security tab of ADUC.
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