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Get all Mailbox Delegates which can see private items

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Our Management wants a report where we see which mailboxes set the option "Delegate can see my private items".

How can I retrieve a report / output with powershell?  Please note that I have a couple of hundred mailboxes and would like to run the query on each mailbox.

Any suggestions?
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by:Vasil Michev (MVP)
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To get the "private" option, you need to use EWS, it cannot be done by default PowerShell cmdlets.
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vasilcho, and how do I do that with EWS?
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Look for example here:

http://www.flobee.net/powershell-module-for-managing-exchange-2010-mailbox-delegates/

Note that you will need either full mailbox permissions to all the mailboxes, or to assign yourself the Impersonate role for this to work.
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