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Permission Touble with exchange 2003

Posted on 2008-10-30
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I have a client with a SBS 2003 box running exchange, my issue is that all exchange users have permission to view everyone elses inbox, calendar, contacts and so on without being granted access as a delegate.
This used to not be the case but unfortunatly it is now.
I have noticed that in the in the advanced mailbox permissions tab user's and mobile users have full permission on all of the accounts.
I can not modify this because the permissions are being inherited.
any help would be appreciated.
Thanks again
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Check the ESM and see if those groups have been delegated rights.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;823018
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when i look in the "exchange administration Delegation Wizard" all looks well. CSE is cloudmark we use it for our spam filter.


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Make sure to check Delegation on the Exchange Organization and Administrative Group. Also check Security on AD on the OU the users are in as well as the domain object itself.
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by:bkarper
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The issue is that the "users" and "Mobile Users" accounts are added with full permissions and they should not even be in there.
When I try to remove them I receive a message telling me that I can not remove the item because it is inheriting permissions from its parent.

I am not real familiar with adsi edit but from the info i have found online that seems to be the only way to solve this issue

so if someone has a good page that they can direct me to with info on how to solve this I would appreciate it.
Thanks

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