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Managing full Access permission Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I'm getting the following information message i'm adding full access control .  This is only happening for one of the users that i'm to grant full access control to.  I have been delegating full access permission to a list of users and this message has just now appeared.

Some delegates may not show up automatically in Outlook.  Outlook is limited to displaying the only first 32 entries (if a delegate user has both a mailbox and an archive, it counts as 2 entries)
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This is nothing to be concerned about. It only states that the access control window is only able to display 32 users within the group although there may be much more users.
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So in other words:

1. You can grant 50 users Full Access Permissions on an object
2. But when opening the Full Access Permissions window, it will only be able to display 32 entries in the permission window.
3. If all your users have got Exchange 2010 Archived Mailboxes the "Full Access Permission Window" will only display 16 users as each user account consist of an Exchange Archived Account (1st Mailbox)  as well as the Normal Mailbox Account (2nd Mailbox).

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thanks alot
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by:Kilchenmann_Telematik
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Does anyone know wheater it is possible to increase the limit of 32 for a specified user?
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