In Easy365Manager, you can add delegates in “Send as,” allowing the chosen user or group to send emails on behalf of the recipient, making it appear as if the emails were sent directly from the recipient’s account.

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You can quickly locate the setting by opening up properties for a user, selecting the Mailbox tab, and clicking on Mailbox Delegation.

This opens up the following form, where you find “Send as” in the top section:

In Easy365Manager, the “Send as” setting corresponds to the Add-RecipientPermission PowerShell command.

The Add-RecipientPermission PowerShell command serves the purpose of granting a user or group the “SendAs” permission for a specific recipient in Microsoft Exchange Online environments:

Add-RecipientPermission -Identity lene.hau -Trustee alexander.adams -AccessRights SendAs

By utilizing this command, administrators can easily delegate the ability to send emails on behalf of another user or mailbox without having to share login credentials. This can be particularly useful in scenarios where a team or an assistant needs to manage emails for a specific individual or department.

The primary benefit of using the Add-RecipientPermission command is enhanced collaboration and delegation within an organization’s email workflow. Instead of sharing passwords or needing to access another user’s account, the command enables secure and controlled sharing of email-sending privileges. This enhances security by reducing the need for users to share their credentials, while also allowing for efficient email management.