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Give Calendar Read Permission on all Mailboxes with Exchange Management Shell– Exchange 2010

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How to give calendar read permission to all users on a serve and /or single user?
I have one user that need read access  to all user calindar/

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Hi,

Get-mailbox | ForEach-Object {Add-MailboxFolderPermission $_":\Calendar" -User user@domain.com -AccessRights ReadPermission}

Should give a specific user access to all calendars.

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