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Need to see if a user has shared their inbox to another user.

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I need to be able to find out if a user has shared a folder from within his mailbox to any other users.  I have been able to find all kinds of stuff on how to tell if as user has delegated permmissions to someone however if I was to right click on my inbox and go to properties|Permisssions and grant someone access to read just my inbox it does not set the same attributes in AD or Exchange.  Can someone tell me how to get this info?
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project Lead
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Get-Mailbox -Identity **** |Get-MailboxFolderPermission

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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project Lead
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Get-MailboxFolderPermission
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd335061.aspx

- Rancy
This only works with Exchange 2010 by the way. You can't do this with Exchange 2007.

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Yeah, I had read somewhere that they added a command to do it in 2010 but I am on 2007.

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If anyone has figured out how to do this with Exchange 2007 that would be awesome or at least tell me what attribute changes and where!
In my experience it's not possible to do with Exchange 2007 without using EWS or similar. However you may have some luck with PFDavAdmin as it can potentially read mailbox level folder permissions, certainly nothing in PowerShell will help you directly from the Exchange commands, and no attributes get set on the AD user itself to signify folder level permissions are set.

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