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Exchange 2010sp1 set-mailboxfolderpermissions questions

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hey guys,

I need to know the right -accessrights to use to do the following:

1: The user must have the mailbox visible and automounted like it does when you set full access permissions to the box.

2: the user must not have access to the inbox

3: the user must have editowneditems access on the calendar.

I set foldervisible permission on the root of the box and editowned on the calendar, but the box does not automount and when mounting manual it does not display any folders at all in outlook.

help!

thank you!
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