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I need to setup an user account that can log into any mailbox in my exch 2010 organization. Whats the best way to achive this?
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This can be done through the GUI, see here for details: http://blog.xiquest.com/2010/01/grant-full-access-to-all-mailboxes-in-exchange-2010/
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perfect thxs
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