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SQL Job not able to sen email after SQL Server Service Account change

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 03, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hi,

I changed on the SQL Server service account to a least priviledge domain user.  However after the change, one of my sqljob which use sp_send_dbmail is not functioning. after checking on the log, it mentioned no permission. i tried to set the MSSQLUser Group as db_owner of msdb database, but it was not helping. When i set the MSSQLUser group as sysadmin ,then only the job able to send email. what could be the least priviledge of the service account so that i able to send email via sql job?




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