Add-MailboxPermission : need some details

Hi experts,

I read the documentation here:

I need to allow everyone to see who booked a ressource (room or whatever) for some of my ressources.

What I tried:
- When you give someone ReadPermission, he can see the meeting's subject, but not "who" booked the ressource.
- The only way I found is to give FullPermission which is not acceptable for everyone - as anyone can delete a meeting, too.

None of these seems correct:
    * FullAccess
    * SendAs
    * ExternalAccount
    * DeleteItem
    * ReadPermission
    * ChangePermission
    * ChangeOwner

Any idea?

(I'm running Exchange 2007 64b on W2K3 64b)

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Give them send as rights - so they can at least log on to resource mailbox and try to find who sent those emails.


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mchkorgAuthor Commented:
Hi, sorry for the delay,

It sounds simple for me, not for very-basic users (95% ? :)
Must I understand there's no way to simply give this right?

If I connect to a ressource mailbox from the OWA, I can see some options to include the "requester" in the subject.
So I guess I can give "readpermission" to everyone with this option and that should do the trick?
I'm going to test.
I'll tell you
mchkorgAuthor Commented:
Seems not to be working... any idea ?
mchkorgAuthor Commented:
Hello, sorry I did not close it earlier.
My understanding is I can't apply the restrictions I wanted with the Permissions available in Exchange 2007.
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Thank you for your time
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