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    I just tried the powershell way to grant a user the permission to send on behalf of other user, where there were already other users that had this permission granted. I did

    set-mailbox _mailbox_ -grantSendOnBehalfTo _otherUserMailbox_

    Just as a sanity check I then did

    get-mailbox _mailbox_ | fl -property grant*

    it showed me that only the user that I recently granted the permission has that permission now. All the others were gone. Luckilly I could scroll up and see who else had this permission.
    Has anyone else noticed this happen?

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    Re: Exchange 2007 sent on behalf

    That is the expected behaviour. You have to include the entire list when you change the setting including the existing users - which is why using the GUI is often quicker.

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      Re: Exchange 2007 sent on behalf

      I thought the whole point of using powershell is to achieve things quicker

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      • #4
        Re: Exchange 2007 sent on behalf

        If you are scripting things it can be.
        However you would have to write a script to take the existing variables, then store them and add the new one to the list and then reapply it. The GUI is quicker for that if you aren't doing it frequently.

        Simon.
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        Exchange MVP

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