ISSUE: When trying to configure zimbraAllowFromAddress or zimbraAllowAnyAddress using an internal address, you received the following error:
Message: invalid request: zimbraAllowFromAddress may not contain an internal account: email@example.com Error code: service.INVALID_REQUEST Method: [unknown] Details:soap:Sender
CAUSE: Within 8.0 we have provided the ability to grant Send As and Send On the Behalf of rights within the ACL rules. Going forward, the zimbraAllowFromAddress or zimbraAllowAnyAddress will only support external addresses.
RESOLUTION: To provide the right to send as or Send on the behalf of, the user can log into their account and select Preferences => Accounts. Under Primary Account settings, the user then will select Add Delegate and enter the email address and right that they want to provide to the Delegate.
The admin can also provide this right from the command line by running the following commands.
To give Send on behalf of rights to the firstname.lastname@example.org account :
zmprov grr account email@example.com usr firstname.lastname@example.org sendOnBehalfOf
To give Send as rights to email@example.com :
zmprov grr account firstname.lastname@example.org usr email@example.com sendAs
To verify that the permissions were correctly applied :
zmprov ckr account firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com sendAs ALLOWED Via: target type : account target : firstname.lastname@example.org grantee type : usr grantee : email@example.com right : sendAs
--Antidrugue (talk) 13:43, 8 December 2015 (UTC)