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Grant access right with Exchange Console

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Is it possible to grant access right to a user under Exchange Console for accessing another user's calendar ?

Currently, the user calendar is shared out under Tools --> Options --> Delegates. However, the user is out of town and we couldn't use this way to share out the calendar.

Any idea ?

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No console does not have calendar ONLY. You can set entire mailbox access.
The BETTER way of assigning access via Outlook is folder permissions.

Delegate will automatically allow send-on-behalf rights.
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As a Exchange administrator, I have granted me with full access on the mailbox under Exchange console and add the mailbox under my Outlook account.

Do I need to grant other level of access ? I have granted a user with full access on the Calendar level but she couldn't access it ? Any idea ?

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Console? No.
Shell? Yes

add-MailboxFolderPermission ‘user.name:\calendar’ -User "Other User" -AccessRights Reviewer

Where user.name is the name of the person whose calendar needs to be accessed and Other User is the name of the person who needs to access it.

Permissions cache though, so it can take two hours before the change is effective.

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What method of access she is trying from?
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Do I need to grant other level of access ? I have granted a user with full access on the Calendar level but she couldn't access it ? Any idea ? - Ideally its propagated to all folders but if not can you check if the issue is with just this user or on the Calendar the user hasnt removed the Default and Anonymous ?

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