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The had to create a new database and upload users PST to recover a Database failure.  To do so, we had to delete the existing user and create a new one.

The problem we have now, is the new user does not have send on behalf privileges on Calendar entries.  Since the old account is deleted I cannot find any way to grant those privileges.

How can I grant send on behalf privileges to a deleted account?
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You can't have send on behalf privileges to a deleted account. If the old account was deleted, there wouldn't be anything to grant those privileges on. There has to be an AD account for the mailbox you want to grant people the ability to send on behalf of. So something else was probably set up on this. Either the account still existed or that account's email address was assigned to another mailbox. In either case, you just need to modify the PublicDelegates attribute on the account to add send on behalf permissions.
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How can I grant send on behalf privileges to a deleted account?

You cannot.
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