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You do not have permission to access this mailbox.

Posted on 2011-02-23
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After migrating from exchange 2003 to 2010 I have one user who recieves the error.  You do not have permission to access this mailbox.  User has full access permissions.  NT/Self is set. If I move the DB to a different server the user can then access his mailbox, but it only lasts a little while.  
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Sorry that was allready checked.  It only happened for one user, and the issue was resolved only because the affected user is no longer witht he company.
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