Enterprise Vault™ Setting up IMAP
- Setting up IMAP
- About IMAP
- Configuring IMAP and enabling users for IMAP access
- Editing the IMAP notification message
- Defining IMAP provisioning groups
- Where to get more information about Enterprise Vault
- Using the IMAP dashboard
- PowerShell cmdlets for IMAP
Granting the Vault Service account Send As permission
If you set an SMTP endpoint'soption to , you must grant the Vault Service account Send As permission on the mailbox that is associated with the SMTP address you specified in the option.
For example, if you set the notification sender address to IMAPemail@example.com, you must grant the Vault Service account Send As permission on the mailbox whose SMTP address is IMAPfirstname.lastname@example.org.
You can set this permission manually in Exchange or use the following procedure.
To grant the Vault Service account Send As permission
- By default, members of the "Organization Management" role group are assigned this role.
Log in to the Exchange Server using an account that is assigned the following management role:
Active Directory Permissions
- Open the Exchange Management Shell.
- Run the following command:
Add-ADPermission -Identity mailbox_name -User domain\user_name -AccessRights ExtendedRight -ExtendedRights "send as"
mailbox_name is the mailbox whose SMTP address you specified in the SMTP endpoint's Sender email address for notifications option. If mailbox_name contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks.
domain is the Active Directory domain that the Vault Service account belongs to.
user_name is the Vault Service account. If user_name contains spaces, enclose it in quotation marks.