The latest patch for Microsoft Exchange could cause problems for BlackBerry users that utilize the ‘send as’ feature. Fortunately RIM has released a workaround that seems pretty straight forwared.
- In Active Directory Users and Computers, expand the domain tree.
- Right-click Users, then click View > Advanced Features.
- On the Security tab, click Add to open the Select Users, Computers, or Groups window.
- Type the name of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server administration account (for example, BESAdmin), click Check Names, and click OK.
- Select the administration account and click Advanced to open the Access Control Settings for Users window.
Click Add to open the Select Users, Computers, or Groups window.
- Type the name of the administration account, click Check Names, and click OK. The Permission Entry for Users window opens. On the Object tab, from the Apply onto drop-down list, select User objects.
- In the Permissions list box, select the Send As check box and click OK.
- Click OK again to close the Access Control Settings for Users window.
- Click Apply, then click OK to close the Users Properties window.
Repeat Steps 2 through 11 for any additional Organizational Units that contain BlackBerry device users.