Exchange 2010 Archive Mailbox Read Permissions

I want to give another user read access to my archive mailbox in Exchange 2010.
Client is Outlook 2010.

The only way I have found to apply settings to the archive mailbox is to give full permissions or send as permissions when I right click the mailbox in Exchange Management console and select either of the Manage options.

There doesn't appear t be granular control of the mail archive.

Any ideas?
AWGMorrisonAsked:
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gaurav05Commented:
AWGMorrisonAuthor Commented:
A good article but not what I am looking for.
I tried the MAPI config but that doesn't work with Exchange 2010. The Archive Mailbox does nto have a general permissions option. It only has Data File permissions and no Folder Permissions as it doesn't cache a local copy.

Any other ideas?
AkhaterCommented:
To the best of my knowledge there is no way to do it from exchange
We can use Outlook to configure it:

1, Right click a folder in archive mailbox and choose permission.

2, In permission tab, then change the permission level.

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AWGMorrisonAuthor Commented:
Which permission though? You only have Data File Properties and this doesn't let me assign access to the Archive?

AkhaterCommented:
right click on the inbox for example (or whatever folder you have)
AWGMorrisonAuthor Commented:
I have created a folder and given reader permissions. Not appearing in the other users Outlook? Are you guessing this should work or do you know this works?

Thanks for your help.
AkhaterCommented:
I never said it will appear in the outlook of the other person, it won't. but you just gave permission to the other guy to read this folder
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