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Delegate permissions from an admin login with Exchange 2000/3 and Outlook?

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Is there a way to delegate permissions to a user from an admin login with Exchange 2000/3 and Outlook?
I need to give secretaries access to other users' calendars or inboxes and would like to be able to grant the rights from my workstation.

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As long as you have access rights to the other mailboxes, just create a 2nd mail profile for the other users account, log in as yoruself and set the delegate permissinos.

Easiest way is to go to the mail section in control panel, profiles and select prompt for a profile to be used. That way you just close outlook and open again, and click new profile to create someone elses profile to create delegate permissions.
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Easier than that would be to simply open them as additional mailboxes - tools > email accounts > next > exchange > change > advanced > advanced > add additional mailbox.

Easier than that again would be something like setperm, as detailed here;

http://www.amset.info/exchange/folderpermissions.asp

-red
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