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Exchange permissions for a user for only one OU to create mailboxes

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hi,

We have 4 branch offices.  We have Exchange Admins on all branches. we have separate OU's for each branch
We want Exchange admins to add user accounts and mailboxes of their respective OU, but they shouldn't have permissions to anything else.
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Hi,
What version of Exchange ?
If it is Exchange 2010 or 2013, permissions are set through Role Based Access Control.

For each branch, you can easily define a custom role group based on the different roles you need and specific OU restricted scope.
Your branch Exchange Admins will have to be member of their respective dedicated security Group.

Here's a link where you'll find the steps on how to create a custom “Recipient Management” group using Exchange 2010 RBAC

http://blogs.technet.com/b/matabra/archive/2011/09/16/how-to-create-a-custom-recipient-management-group-using-exchange-2010-rbac.aspx
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perfect fixed it  Cohnelly
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