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Give entire domain or OU access to a mailbox using Powershell

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What is the Powershell cmdlet to give an entire domain or OU access to a particular mailbox?

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Instead of assigning permissions to individual users, You may create a group with all users from the OU and then assign permission on mailbox... If you want to give ful access to all users in domain then you may use 'Domain Users' group..

For example..
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity YourMailbox -User 'Domain Users' -AccessRights 'FullAccess'

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Excellent!! Sometimes we forget the obvious. I thank you!

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