mailbox sharing

Posted on 2002-06-07
Last Modified: 2010-03-05
Simple question.  Is there a way to share a mailbox from within exchange server not outlook?

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jpmarten earned 50 total points
ID: 7063423
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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ID: 7063447
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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ID: 7091543
First I had to choose Options from the Tools menu because the permissions tab was hidden by default.

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