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Generating reports on Outlook folder permissions set at client level

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Hi, I need to do a review of over 100 Outlook 2003 mailboxes so I'm looking for a tool which can report on folder permissions. Just to be clear this is client side permissions, not the Exchange server/AD permissions that are set on our Exchange server.

Alot of users set Editor/Reviewer type permissions for their Inbox, Sent Items etc and we have very little visibility on this. It opens up security holes that we need to keep tabs on.

Does anyone know of a way to easily output these permissions to a report or even txt file so that we can review and organise ?


Many thanks
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PFDavAdmin tool (Part 1)
http://www.msexchange.org/articles/PFDavAdmin-tool-Part1.html

Concentrate @ the section:  Exporting / Importing Permissions
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Thanks, that worked for me.
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