here are some of todays how tos:
How to: Give send as rights to user (public folder)
Get-Mailpublicfolder “Name of the public folder” | Add-ADPermission -User “username” -Extendedrights “Send As”
Or if you have subfolder in public folder on which user has to have rights:
Get-Mailpublicfolder “\Name of the public folder\name of the subfolder” | Add-ADPermission -User “username” -Extendedrights “Send As”
Sometimes you have to allow send as to a user from mail disabled public folder, in that case you can use the command:
Add-Adpermission –identity “DN of the Public Folder AD Object” -User “username” –ExtendedRights “Send-as”
after years of just taking from the community (by reading forums, blogs and enthustiastic sites) I decided that time for giving it back has finally come.
My first post will be about simple tricks and tips regarding Exchange 2013 Public folder administration in simple problem – solution form.
Problem = senders from outside of organization cannot send e-mail to your public folder
Solution = Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity “\nameofthepublicfolder” -user anonymous -accessrights createitems line will probably fix it – anonymous users by default doesnt have right to create items in public folder and you have to give it by yourself.
You can achieve the same result by right clicking on public folder in Outlook – Properties – Premission tab, pick Anonymous and give it Contributor rights. Click apply.
Same premission you can assign via ECP – by assigning those premission from admin console.