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AD 2003 and Exchange 2007 permissions

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Hi i need to put some restrictions on the exchange server regading our Admin account.

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1 - Permission only to read the exchange 2007 server, so to look at email accounts who has acces to email account.

2 - set up new emails, add permissions to emails and above

3 - access all areas.

Is there a way on AD 2003 to set these policy
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by:Neil Russell
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Why not create an account specifically for Exchange management and nothing else? restrict it to the minimum needed to manage exchange.
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by:happyexchange
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Ok sorry how would i do that.


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