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Can someone please help me share individual mailbox folders in Powershell? I do not want to share the entire mailbox.

I need this for Office 365. I imagine it's the same code with Exchange 2010

Thank you.
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Add-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity username@companyname.com:\Inbox -User userwhowantspermission@companyname.com -AccessRights editor
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