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Adding Delegates via Powershell

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We are moving from Notes to Exchange 2010.  We have several hundred users who have delagates in Notes.  We are going to ask the user at the time of training to give us a list of delegates and what they have access to and their permissions.  Is there a way we can use powershell to update their mailboxes?  Management would prefer not to have to bother the users with this task.  Thx.
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