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How do you see Mailbox info in AD 2010

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Hi, we just upgraded from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010, but now we cannot see mailbox info in AD anymore, do you know how we can add those tabs? Thanks!
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you cannot, starting exchange 2007 the administrator of exchange and AD are separated, you need to use the EMC (Exchange Management Console) > recipient configuration -> mailbox to see them
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OK, then I have another question, how do I give someone permission to access someone else's mailbox? I looked in Exchange Management Console but cannot find it in Properties of the user!
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In EMC recipient config mailbox find the user and right click on it selext manage full access permissions
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that was it, thanks!
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