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Exchange 2010 Give User Admin Access to one Mailbox Database not all

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We have Exchange 2010 DAG environment.  We have 6 Mailbox Databases.  I need to give a vendor access to one particular Mailbox Database only as he will be migrating those mailboxes only.

Can I give this User or Service Account access to get to this Database only and not the others on Exchange?

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We used  the follwoing cmd and just copied it for every mailbox within the DB then mass pasted it into EMC Shell

Add-MailboxPermission username -User user@company.com -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All -Automapping $false



This did the trick
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