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Running Exchange 2013 on a Windows server 2012 r2
We're not running any external pop connectors or anything like that.

When logged into OWA, if you try to send a email it shows a red dot above the TO: field that shows "You don't have permission to perform this action".  It just throws your message to the drafts folder and wont send.
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by:François Peroux
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Hello Clint,

Is it a fresh install of Exchange 2013 ? Did you configure all the connectors ?
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Thanks for the responses.  To answer your questions. Yes, I reconfigured all of the connectors.

Turns out some of the exchange server component states were disabled. After turning them all back to active everything began to work.

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/exchange/2013/09/26/server-component-states-in-exchange-2013/

Sorry I don't have any other information available regarding this.
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