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Outlook Project mailboxes permissions

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Recently we migrated some project mailboxes from one domain to another and now the Mailbox permissions access to sub folders within project mailboxes has been reset or does not exist.

We are unable to cascade permissions down to all folders from the Inbox folder, I believe this is by design.

How can I the Exchange Mailbox permissions be tackled within Sharepoint.

I need to convince a user to use Sharepoint for her project mailboxes and she then will be able to set her permissions on each folder level within the mailbox, is this even possible within sharepoint?
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Possible via coding and development, What is Out of box is that user can view the mailbox in SharePoint however it is OWA mailbox thus will be visible like a OWA and behave like a OWA

Note: Not sure how you are trying to convince your user even if  you are not sure of the solution yourself, Just curious, No disrespect
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