We are using Exchange 2003 with 2003 Active Directory and Outlook 2007.
Sometimes, we need to give Calendar rights to users or groups, and I was hoping someone could answer the following questions for me (if there are any links/explanations so much the better!)...
a) If I wanted to give UserA access to UserB's Calendar only, can I do this via Active Directory Users and Computers?
b) If I gave UserA 'Full Mailbox Access' to UserB's mailbox using ADUC, am I correct in thinking this would also give them permission to the Calendar?
c) Can you give groups other than mail enabled Security groups access to a User's Calendar, either via ADUC or by logging into the User's account and setting a delegate? If not, why not, and which groups does this count for?
d) Is it possible to give a Distribution Group access to someone's Calendar and, if so, how?
b) yea but full mailbox access is too much . he will be able to login to the mailbox and access the information besides the calendar.
c) no you can't, only mail enabled (security & distribution groups) are able to be delegated with exchange permissions...
d) just like that. :) you can choose mail enabled users or groups when you delegate permissions.
seems like you already know the answers :)