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Add Client Permission to Public Folder using powershell

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I need to do a powershell script to give permission to user to drag/copy email to a folder in the public folder section of Exchange 2007/Outlook 2007?
I am new to powershell and have very little exposure to programming or scripting.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciate.
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change <UserName> to a valid username:


Get-PublicFolder -recurse | Add-PublicFolderAdministrativePermission -User <UserName> -AccessRights AllExtendedRights -whatIf

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If you have upgraded Exchange 2007 to SP1 you can also use the new Public Folder Management GUI from the Toolbox in the Exchange Management Console.  Might be an easier way to manage Public Folders old school.
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