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In the EMC, when browsing the Recipient Configuration for Mailboxes and checking the Full Access or Send As Permissions it seems to be inheriting mailbox permissions from a top level.

Would like to know where that top level is to make changes to that will trickle down to all mailboxes.
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You could set it at database level like this:
Gat-MailboxDatabase dbname | Add-MailboxPermission -User userid -AccessRights FullAccess
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I'd actually like to see them all at the top level and make the change at the top level
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Is there a way to find where I can do this and it will populate for all?
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