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Delegate helpdesk to Mailbox recovery center in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2008-10-13
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Hi,

I have a helpdesk team in my company who work on few exchange related tasks. I would lilke to give them permissions to mailbox recovery center in Exchange 2003 so that they can work on related tasks with minimal access. I cannot give them domain admin or exchange admin permissions. Is there any way to give them required permissions?

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The stuff you do in Mailbox Recover Center is pretty high level - you need to be an Exchange Admin to do that stuff.
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Oh, and you also need permissions in the domain since you are touching AD objects so you also need full AD permissions. Those permissions could be limited to a specifc OU or something (doesn't necessary have to be a domain admin) but you're talking about a lot of permissions to give to a helpdesk.
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