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"Send as" problem - 13.Feb.2008 9:40:00 AM   


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We have installed a microsoft small business server 2003 which contains exchange 2003. The internal domain name is test.local. The external (mail domain) is test.be. Everything works fine. Now a user wants to sent emails from his outlook (exchange client) with an address from another domain as sender (in the 'from' section of an outlook message he enters xxx@testtest.be as sender). He receives a message from exchange saying that he doesn't have rights to do this. How can we solve this ?


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RE: "Send as" problem - 13.Feb.2008 9:47:40 AM   


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You first need to add the domain to accept email in your default recipient policy. If this will be his default email address, simply create the address in his AD record and define as default. If not his default, create an AD user, define an email address with this domain, mark as default, and give the user send as permnission.

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RE: "Send as" problem - 13.Feb.2008 1:07:49 PM   


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Thanks for your answer. I have tried your suggestion but I still get the message that the user doesn't have permission to send emails when he uses the other domain address. I have added the domain in the default recipient policy. I created a new user and set his default smtp address to the one we need and set the 'send on behalf' and the 'send as' security settings. I even restarted the system attendant to be sure, but no result.... Any other suggestions ?



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RE: "Send as" problem - 13.Feb.2008 3:11:36 PM   


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You shouldn't add both Send on Behalf of and Send As. One or the other.
Also note that Exchange permissions are cached and flush every couple of hours. Therefore if you have already tried and it has failed, then the cache permissions are now in place.

You should also be aware of the consequences of putting a domain in the recipient policy. By default Exchange will consider itself to be the authoritative server for that domain. Therefore if someone on the Exchange server sends an email to an address on that domain which does not exist on your Exchange server, then Exchange will bounce it back.



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