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How to grant access to entire mailbox of a user

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I have a user with Outlook 2010 who wants to grant access to secretary to his entire mailbox.  Does this have to be done through the server?  or, can it be done through the Client?
The user wants to be able to expand the mailbox and move emails throughout the folders.
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You could right click on the users mailbox, and choose Manage Full Access Permission. Add the secretary to that.
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is that on the server or the client?
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That's in the Exchange Management Console on the server or your admin workstation.
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thanks!
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