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Exchange permissions - Show details on Outlook Meeting requests

I'm pretty familiar with the permissions in Exchange, but I just got asked to do something that I don't have any idea how to accomplish.
One of the owners of the company is requesting to be able to see the details of the meetings of the people that he invites to his meetings. I've verified that with a domain admin account (which he used to have) hovering over a person's meeting would provide details such as the location, name, etc associated with the meeting. With a non domain admin account, I don't get any of that information as a tool tip pop up.
What permissions on the Exchange server do I need to tweak to control this behavior?
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Hi,

Do you mean that when he views their free/busy info by opening the meeting he wants to see the details of their other meetings? If so I find the easiest way to accomplish that is to provide the user with delegate permissions to the other persons calendars.

The fact that the domain admin could read this info probably means that the domain admin group has full control permissions to all mailboxes which isn't a good idea but that's another question.
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mass2612 - that is exactly what I'm trying to accomplish.

I realize the permissions for the domain admins are pretty liberal, but that is a question for another day.

The problem I'm running into is that he wants these permissions company wide - I don't want to have to set up delegate status on all the individual mailboxes. And there are probably a couple other people that will want the same thing set up eventually. What I really need is the appropriate set of permissions to apply to the information store in order to give him what he's after, without being able actually read my other users' mail.
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