Wednesday , January 23 2019

How to Give Send As and Send on Behalf permission on a Distribution Group in Exchange 2010

We will see how to give Send As and Send on Behalf Permission on a Distribution Group

Both as a difference , for doing different purposes

Lets see how to Give Send As Permission for a user on a distribution group

Get-DistributionGroup "Distribution Group Name" | Add-AdPermission –ExtendedRights Send-As –User "UserName" –AccessRights ExtendedRight

For Example –

My Distribution Group Name = NormalDistribution

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User who needs to have Send As permission on the DistributionGroup = CEO

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Giving Send-As Permission for “CEO” User on “NormalDistribution” Group

Get-DistributionGroup "NormalDistribution" | Add-AdPermission –ExtendedRights Send-As –User "CEO" –AccessRights ExtendedRight

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It doesn’t take effect immediately , It takes at least 2 hours of time in the production Environment

Restarting Information Store Service will get this permission to effect immediately

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Now Open Outlook – New Email – Options

Click From

Now You got the From above To

Now Choose From , Choose the Distribution Group you want to send As

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Now Sending an Test Email to a User

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-Now Lets see how to Give Send on Behalf Permission for a user on a distribution group

Set-DistributionGroup "Distribution Group Name" –GrantSendonBehalfTo "UserAlias"

For Example –

My Distribution Group Name = NormalDistribution

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User who needs to have Send on Behalf Permission on the DistributionGroup = Chairman

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Giving Send on Behalf Permission for “Chairman” User on “NormalDistribution” Group

Set-DistributionGroup "NormalDistribution" –GrantSendonBehalfTo "Chairman"

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It doesn’t take effect immediately , It takes at least 2 hours of time in the production Environment

Restarting Information Store Service will get this permission to effect immediately

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Now Open Outlook – New Email – Options

Click From

Now You got the From above To

Now Choose From , Choose the Distribution Group you want to send As

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Now Sending an Test Email to a User

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Now Will See who was the Sender.

Great !!

You learnt how to Add Permissions on a Distribution Group

 

About Satheshwaran Manoharan

Satheshwaran Manoharan is an Microsoft Exchange Server MVP , Publisher of CareExchange.in
Supporting/Deploying/Designing Microsoft Exchange for some years.
Extensive experience on Microsoft Technologies.

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6 comments

  1. Hi,

    I have a question? below is the scenario.

    Can we have send as permission for cross domain exchange mailbox users.
    Domain A and Domain B
    User 1 in Domain A needs send as permission on Domain B user1?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Regards
    Natesh

  2. Hi,

    Can we use both permissions together on a mailbox in exchange 2013? I tried but it didn’t seems to be working and there is no record mentioning this will not work either.

    Regards,

    Kuldeep.

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  4. If you setup both permissions together on a mailbox (“Send As”,”Send on Behalf”), It will be used: “Send on Behalf”.

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