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Select What To Manage drop down from Options under Sell All Options in OWA

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Hi,

Very strange. One of the users does not have What to Manage (manage myself, my organization, another user) under option from Sell All Options in OWA.

I have attached the screenshots - one with the options and one without.

I would appreciate for your assistance.

Thanks,

Deorali
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Hi,

Check the RBAC permission level. User should have delegate access for Exchange to see manage org.
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Thanks.

I just added the user to the one of the assigned role groups to which he should have access. I gave myself mailbox access rights and tested. I still do no see any option after mail->options.
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At least the user should be able to see "Manage Myself" option.
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Thanks imkottes. It works now.
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