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Simple question.  Is there a way to share a mailbox from within exchange server not outlook?

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Yes, go to permissions tab on the mailbox properties and add the other NT account to be a user of that mailbox.
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In Exchange 2000, show advanced features by highlighting the Users OU, then selecting View and clicking advanced features, then go to the Exchange Advanced Tab in the properties of the account/mailbox and click Mailbox rights to add them there with whatever rights you like. <-_->
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First I had to choose Options from the Tools menu because the permissions tab was hidden by default.
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