Members of the management Board need their assistant to have full access to their Inbox, Calendar etc. This is done by granting the assistants "Full Access" with the EMC. Granting full access is done to spare the user from editing Permissions for every subfolder in his inbox.
This is a new requirement:
Mails marked as confidential should be sorted to a subfolder of the users inbox named "confidential" using a inbox rule. The assistant should not have access to the confidential folder.
This is the problem:
Users granted Full Access to a Mailbox can see all subfolder of the inbox, even if the subfolders permission are set differently.
We thougt about revoking the Full Access for the assistants and using the delegate option in Outlook. But when using the delegate option you have to edit permissions of every single subfolder of the inbox. This is not an option for members of the management board because of thousands of inbox subfolders :-).
Is there any way to propagate the delegated permissions to the inbox subfolders?
(and of course breaking the inheritance for the confidential subfolder)