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    Exchange has the ability to allow users to give others permissions to their folders and send as permission, Is it possible to remove this ability in any way whatsoever?

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    Last edited by Richie; 23rd January 2011, 09:45.

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    Re: Send as/Delegate permissions

    What exactly do you want to do?

    "Send as" cannot be set by the users, that has to be set on the domain. A delegate can do "Send on Behalf of".

    Do you want to block the whole delegate feature? Just part of it?

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      Re: Send as/Delegate permissions

      simon

      I want to know if i can block either or both features.


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      Last edited by Richie; 23rd January 2011, 09:45.

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      • #4
        Re: Send as/Delegate permissions

        I can find no easy toggle for the feature either on or off.

        The closest I can get is to remove the delegate add in via Tools, Options, Other, Advanced Options, Add In Manager.
        Then disable access to Addins via Group Policy. There doesn't appear to be anything in GP or elsewhere where you can turn off the feature.
        Changing permissions will not help as Microsoft work on the principle of the mailbox owner being able to do anything with their mailbox.

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