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Since we no longer have a GUI to view/edit mailbox permissions (this is the "make product more difficult to use" feature), I ran Get-MailboxPermission and this is what I get:

Identity             User                 AccessRights        IsInherited Deny
--------             ----                 ------------        ----------- ----
nativeconnections... NT AUTHORITY\SELF    {FullAccess, Rea... False       False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {ReadPermission}    True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\D... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\A... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\s... {FullAccess}        True        True
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess}        True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess}        True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {ReadPermission}    True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {ReadPermission}    True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {ReadPermission}    True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess, Del... True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\A... {FullAccess, Del... True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\s... {FullAccess, Del... True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\E... {FullAccess, Del... True        False
nativeconnections... NATIVECONNECTIO\D... {FullAccess, Del... True        False

Is there a way to format this so I can actually see the users and rights?
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you can use the format table (ft) or format list (fl) to modify the view

get-mailboxpermission | fl

then you can break downt he info by
get-mailboxpermission | fl user,accessrights

note : SP1 brings some perms back to the gui (coming soon)
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