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Default Full access permissions Exchange 2007

Hi Guys,

 I need to add some default full access permissions to our exchange server. We are running exchange 2007. I know how to use the shell to set full access to everyones mailbox and i know how to do it indiviudaly. What i need is the following senario :

New User = Joe Bloggs
User that needs full access to Joe Bloggs Mailbox : easadmin

When i set Joe Bloggs up within AD etc i need easadmin to have Full access to Joe Bloggs mailbox, without me manually adding it or using powershell.

Is this possible ?


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Stephen CroftTechnical ArchitectCommented:
I'm pretty sure you can't do this. Exchange 2007 has a "deny" rule in place by default for any Administrative accounts for starters, and I don't think you can set permissions in a way so that a none-administrative user gets full-access to all mailboxes.

Just change your creation method to include the PS commands to add access, or run a weekly "blanket" permission add.

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