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Exchange 2013 Send as and ms-Exch-Public-Delegates Permissions

Posted on 2016-09-08
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Hello All,

I have a problem in exchange 2013, administrators accounts (Domain Admins, Entreprise Admins and Organization Management) can send as anyone in the organization even an admin can send as another admin and this is the default behaviour of exchange because i did not change anything,

can anyone explain how to deny anyone to send as anyone unless he had explicit permission to do so?
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Thank you for the reply, I saw the link you provided but it didn't work for me because the Send-As permission seems to be an Active Directory object specific permission,

 I attached a file which prove that,

I found some sort of workaround but it is painful to apply it, you need to go to each user security tab and remove Send-As permission for Domain Admins, Account Operator, Enterprise Admins and all account that have this permission except yourself and maybe the System account, that is worked for me but as I said it needed to be applied for all users in active directory and the other problem is that the Send-As is inherited from somewhere.

what is the solution fo this ?
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It worked for me
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