Microsoft Exchange Active Directory

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I am new to the IT field so please keep that in mind when you answer... I have a user who is attempting to use the From field in Microsoft Outlook to show Purchasing instead of her email address when she sends out an email but the email keeps getting bumped when she sends it. On Microsoft Exchange in Security/Distribution in Purchasing she is set as a Member of that Group. Everyone else that is a member of that group can access that feature and send the email as Purchasing but her. I am not seeing where the differences in the users are but like I said I am new to all of this so I am probably not looking in the right place. Can anyone please provide advice or instructions on fixing this issue. Thanks in advance!

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In the distribution group properties in AD, go to the security tab. Add the user there and give her “Send As” permissions.

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  • Scout42
    Well, that might be the issue then I don't see the Security Tab. I'll have to get with my manager if that is the only way to get that working. Thanks for your reply.
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