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Add User from trusted Domain on Exchange Server 2007

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Hi Guys

we have exchange server 2007 is on different domain for example called JET and then all competers are part of different domain Called SYSDOMAIN
Exchange server is on JET Domain
And Users Are on SYSDomain
now i have to give full permission on Share Calender Mailbox to one user which is in Different domain
called SYSDOMAIN
can any one tell me the way to add
thanks
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Powershell command

Add-MailboxPermission 'UserDisplayName' -User 'Domian\Userid' -AccessRights "FullAccess"

Keep single quotes around the DisplayName and domain acct.
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Thanks that work for me
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