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AD Delegatoin and exchange

Posted on 2008-10-22
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I'm looking to delegate a user to create and manage AD users\groups also when
creating new users to create a mailbox.
I tried the delegatoin everything works except when it comes to creating a mailbox
the exchange server is selectable but the Information store.

any ideas??

thanks for your help
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Question by:fatboy45
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To create a mailbox and other mail enabled objects -
at Exchange (organization / administrative group) level minimum
Exchange View-Only Administrator is required
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by:fatboy45
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Yes,  the test user i have created for delegation has view-only. its when i first create a new account
when and at the mailbox setup will it not display the mailbox store.
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Tell me which user have u logged on to create new mailboxes - is it this test user account.
If it is please check the permission this person has at the server + store level.
I have seen such cases in the past and its purely permission on stores.
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the user has these permmisions at the store level;
 read, execute and read perm, list content, read properties list object, view information store status.
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