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Exchange 2010 Powershell error granting full access rights.

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Hello,

I am attempting to grant a specific account full access rights to all mailboxes in our organization by running the following powershell command:

“get-mailbox | add-mailboxpermission -accessrights fullaccess -user <insert user>”

The command runs about 2/3 of the way through then crashes with the following error:

WARNING: An unexpected error has occurred and a Watson dump is being generated:  Property DelegateListLink can't be set on this object because it requires the object to have version 0.10 (14.0.100.0) or later.  The objects current version is 0.0 (6.5.6500.0).

The problem is, the way the powershell errors out, it does not list the account it is having issues with therefore I can't check it....furthermore as many times as I have run this, it does not appear to go in any particular order so I can't even guess which account it is having issues with….

We are in the process of migrating from 2003 to 2010 and I would simply try migrating the user if I knew who they were....  I have also tried piping the output to out-file to see if that yielded any different output but nothing…..

Any thoughts?

Thanks!
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I did see that one.  Unfortunately that applies only to Exchange 2007 and that powershell command doesn't exist in 2010.
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It definitely looks to be a corrupt mailbox or at least a message or so contained within. Sorry, I'm not sure how you could narrow down the affected mailbox(es), also about the link, I should have check closer to that.  

What is the end result you are looking for in this command - get-mailbox | add-mailboxpermission -accessrights fullaccess -user <insert user>. Is it so the user your granting access to will have full access to each mailbox in order to open them in Outlook through the 'Open' - 'Other Users Folder'?

You can get all access rights for the database with the command below. It also give access to each mailbox within that database.

Get-MailboxDatabase -identity “Mailbox Database Name” | Add-ADPermission -user "Domain Admins or another group" -AccessRights GenericAll

Get-MailboxDatabase -identity “Mailbox Database Name” | Add-ADPermission -user "Username you want to give access to" -AccessRights GenericAll
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