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Enterprise Software Thread, Exchange 2010 and SendAs problems in Technical; Originally Posted by sukh so out of x users only 2 have the issue. Out of 2 users, 2 have ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    so out of x users only 2 have the issue.
    Out of 2 users, 2 have the issue. So far myself and someone else has had the requirement to SendAs a person. The Headteacher and the School Business Manager, in the near future, will want to do this as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Iean delete the nickname cache not the mbx.

    How to reset the nickname and the automatic completion caches in Outlook

    If you have done this are you saying it only works once?
    I have tried this and it still popped up with a box saying I do not have the permission

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyc View Post
    Is the mailbox which you are trying to SendAs hidden in the global address list?
    As I've seen this issue myself.

    The only way I can send stuff out of my "mailing" account is to unhide it from the GAL, send the email, then rehide it.

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    It is not hidden from Exchange Address Lists, but in Mailbox Settings - Address Book Policy - It is assigned to the Staff Address Book Policy

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    Anyone got any other ideas?

    I have just created another mailbox and assigned users all the usual access in 3 locations but the error still remains

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    Darren,

    We you able to get this sorted out? I am having the exact same issue and have been scouring the web to no avail.

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    Nope. Just updated to SP3 and still has the same issue.

    I need to re-add the email address in Outlook 2010 everytime.

    My gut instinct is because I have separated the pupils Address Lists from the staff, then there is issues with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenmcginnis View Post
    My gut instinct is because I have separated the pupils Address Lists from the staff, then there is issues with it
    I don't thank that is the issue because I don't have any address lists and I have to remove and retype the "from" address every time too.

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    So you haven't changed any of your address lists and created new global address lists?

    Do you hide any of your email accounts from the GAL?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrenmcginnis View Post
    So you haven't changed any of your address lists and created new global address lists?

    Do you hide any of your email accounts from the GAL?
    Nope, I surely did not change any list with the exception of hiding the address I am trying to sendas. But even before I hid it from the GAL I was experiencing the same issue.

    My set up is so basic. . . 45 email address, 1 is a postmaster account (is also a catch-all).

    While I am in my Outlook 2010, I want to be able to forward mail that comes to the postmaster as a result of the "catch-all" to the correct party.

    It's annoying to have to remove and re-type every time, and why should I have to? I know you know what I mean.

    I wanted to set/verify my setting so I ran these:
    Give user full mailbox rights:
    Add-MailboxPermission -Identity $mailbox -User $user -AccessRights 'FullAccess'

    Give user send-as rights to mailbox:

    Add-ADPermission -Identity $mailbox.DisplayName -User $user -ExtendedRights 'Send-as'

    Everything I have done so far says it should be working as EMS tells me "The appropriate access control entry is already present on the object"

    I've seen other blogs about this same issue with no resolve. However, I see that we are the only two that figured out removing the address and re-typing is a valid work around - a pain in the a*s, but still a work around.

    I'll keep searching. . . and if/when I find something, I will be sure to come back here to let you know.

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    i am curious to know what those EMS commands do for you. let me know if you run/ran them.

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    I did mine through the EMC and not the shell. I assigned Full Access, SendAs and Send on behalf of.

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    Does ti work from OWA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Does ti work from OWA?
    Didn't know you could send as through OWA. I will need to check on that

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    Does ti work from OWA?
    I logged into my web mail and opened the Helpdesk mail box and the address bar changed to https://mail.blehblahbleh.co.uk/owa/...blahbleh.co.uk and sent 3 emails straight after each other and they all sent ok

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    So it works via OWA, just not Outlook?
    Have you tried in online mode again? Delete the OST & OAB files thrn configure online mode.

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