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Having an issue with sending mail through secondary exchange accounts

Posted on 2015-02-20
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We just deployed a new server with exchange 2013. What we have found is that email account that were set up for full access, and thus populate automatically in outlook, are unable to send messages. I've attempted to remove the full access permissions and reboot in the hope that I could simply add them in manually, as this seems to work, but it keeps bringing back the other email accounts.
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by:Viral Rathod
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Sir,

Can you provide some error code and post the error, event id  which you are getting this will help us to find root cause.
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Tim Edwards earned 500 total points
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Full Access does not grant the user the ability to "send on behalf" or "send as" you have to set those differently. list below is the link on how to do this:

http://www.techieshelp.com/exchange-2013-setup-send-as-and-send-on-behalf/

this should fix up no problem... the Full access allows you to expand all facets of the mailbox
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by:2ndFloor
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Adjusted the permissions on the accounts and had to reboot the entire server (host and the vms (exchange and dc)) Thanks for the help
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