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How to use ExFolders to export calendar permissions for single user?

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Hi,

I need to export calendar permissions for a single user (I will have to reimport  it later after making some changes).  I just can't find very good documentation on what to select for the options or the strings.  If anyone uses it quite a bit, could you please lend me some assistance in figuring out how to  use the tool?

Thank you,

Allie
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What version of exchange are you using?
Powershell commands I've used for this are:
get-mailboxfolderpermission MailboxUser:\Calendar | FT

You can then use that output to create a script:

add-mailboxfolderpermission MailboxUser:\Calendar -User OtherMailboxUser -AccessRights owner

To enumerate all mailbox permissions:
$Mailboxes = Get-Mailbox
foreach ($mailbox in $Mailboxes) {Get-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity ($mailbox.UserPrincipalName + ":\Calendar") | Format-Table @{Label = "Mailbox"; Expression = {($mailbox.UserPrincipalName)}}, @{Label = "Alias"; Expression = {($mailbox.Alias)}}, FolderName, User, AccessRights}

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Hi jrhelgeson,

Thank you for your response!  We are using Exchange 2010 SP3.
Your method does work!  I tried it on a test user.
I am guessing there is no way to use ExFolders to do this (it was written to do this kind of operation on multiple accounts).

Cheers,

Allie
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I have no experience with ExFolders, but glad it worked for you.
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