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How to find all mailboxes an account has full access to

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Hi,

As an Exchange administrator I often give myself full mailbox access (with the users permission of course) to other users mailboxes to troubleshoot problems.

Unfortunately I am sure I often forget to remove that level of access once I have fixed the problem.

Does anyone know how to get a report which shows my Exchange access rights to all mailboxes with the domain ?

Thanks in advance,

Tony
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by:aceina
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Thanks Vahik this looks like it is just the thing but any idea which parts of that script you need to modify to tell it what account to test the permissions of ?

Are the any other variables I need to modify ?

Thanks



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i have not used this script but by just reading glens explanation it runs againt ur active directory and reports on all the mailboxes and the output is ECHOed on ur screen.....now to modify the script for specific mailbox or user u need someone with scripting knowledge which i dont have...
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thanks tony....try this assuming script is located at the root of c drive

C:\>cscript revperm.vbs    and u will get the output on ur screen...
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