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How do I allow a user to only read group mailbox accounts and others full access?
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by:bsharath
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Can you rephrase the Question please...
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by:dlpierce
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I want to allow users to open a secondary group mailbox account in their primary mail account.  Go to Tools>Email accounts>View or change existing email accounts>Next>Change>More Settings>Advanced Tab.  From there you can add a secondary mailbox account to view.  I want to allow users to view but not delete any messages from those type of group mailbox accounts.  How can I accomplish this task?
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by:bsharath
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You just need to go to ADS > ADUC > Username > Properties > Exchange Advanced > Mailbox Rights
Add the user in there.So there you can check which ever you want...
So later when you do the process as mentioned by you.You will see the users mails
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All this operation must do with ADUC:

1. Create user Mailbox enabled for the "Group Mailbox"
2. Disable the user
3. With exchange task, Set External Account to SELF
4. Create a new security Group "Access MailboxName"
5. Open the Mailbox "Mailbox Right" and add the new Group with Full Mailbox Access Permission
6. Open the Security Tab of the mailbox
7. Click to Advanced
8. Add the Security Group and set the Send As: permission to Allow

Now the member of the new security group can access the mailbox and send e-mail with their smtp address

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