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Exchange 2013 Public Folder "Send As" Permissions

We have an exchange 2013 server setup with two domains. is the primary and is a secondary domain. All mail routing etc works and we have a few users that have as the primary email address.

The issue I am having has to do with public folders send as permissions. We have a PF named info and it is mail enabled. The email addresses attached are and the primary address is the address. When I give a user send as permissions to this folder they can only send using the address. I get the error:
You do not have the permission to send the message on behalf of the specified user. Error is [0x80070005-0x0004dc-0x000524].

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When using the address. Do any of you have any idea why this is and do I have to do something to allow this?
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I don't think it's a caching issue as I can update the send as permissions on a different folder and it's instant. But I can give it a try. I have changed the primary address back and forth and get the same result
you are right this seems to be a cache issue. If I disable the cache I can send as but if I re-enable it I can only send if the primary address is set to Do you know how to update the cache so this will work?
Thanks. that worked if I disable the cache.
ok cool. So that means its either the OST file or the Outlook profile. Likely the OST if you just needed to disable cached mode.

it's strange I tested on a few machines and it works if I disable caching but I want to use caching. It seems silly that I would have to create a new profile everytime I make permission changes. Is there a way to get this to update with out doing that?