Exchange 2010 full access automatic account mapping in outlook

Posted on 2013-06-03
Last Modified: 2013-06-05
We recently upgraded to exchange 2010 sp1, one of the new features of exchange 2010 is the automatic mapping of accounts that you have full access to in outlook.

I recently granted myself and a few other users full access to a mailbox. As expected upon closing and re-opening outlook the account granted full access was present.

On my account I attempted to remove the automatically mapped account using ADSIedit and editing the msExchDelegateListLink as mentioned in many MS technet posts. However on my account that attribute is empty.

I do see the automatically mapped account in the msExchDelegateListBL attribute but that is a read only attribute and can not be edited.

My question is how or why does the full access acccount not get mapped to the correct msExchDelegateListLink attribute and how can I remove a full access mailbox with this attribute being blank.
Question by:Joseph Daly
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
ID: 39216246
You should upgrade to Exchange 2010 SP2 or preferably SP3.
That will give you control over this attribute natively.

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by:Joseph Daly
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Sorry I was actually mistaken we are on SP2 already. Version number  14.02.0328.009

Ive seen that article as well, so does SP2 not populate that attribute at all?
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 500 total points
ID: 39216512
Have you attempted to run the command in that Technet article against one of the mailboxes that is being automatically mapped?

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Author Comment

by:Joseph Daly
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Just tested that with the command provided in the technet document. After running that command and closing/re-opening outlook the account was no longer added.

So it looks like that key might be no longer used in SP2????
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
ID: 39220735
That may well be the case - it has been some time since I had to do anything with it that I cannot recall.


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