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Old 02-02-2010, 05:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Good morning,

One of my colleagues has just pointed out the our BESAdmin user is an Enterprise Admin in AD. Does this need to be the case? I have looked and can see no mention anywhere of it needing to be but wanted to check before we change it!

Does BESAdmin even need any administrator rights? So long as it has Send As?

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It definitely does not need enterprise admin rights.
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Exchange Read-only Admin? (assuming you're running Exchange)
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BESAdmin should be a domain user in AD. Local admin on the BES. View-Only Exchange Admin in Ex07.
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