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PowerShell Exchange 2010

Hello,

I am trying to set up a script that would allow me to add one permission group to multipal mail boxes.


Add-MailboxPermission "Mailbox" -User "Permission Group" -AccessRights FullAccess

I am not sure how to create a veraiable for the feild mailbox
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Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:
Hello,

You first need to identify the mailboxes you want to assign this permission on. You can do this with powershell if there is something unique to these mailbox, such as they are all in the same OU. If you can't identify them with powershell, you will need to compose a list in a CSV file then pipe that list into the command. For example:

import-csv "C:\mailboxes.csv" | % {  Add-MailboxPermission $_.mailbox -User "Permission Group" -AccessRights FullAccess }

-JJ
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SEHCAuthor Commented:
How does the CSV look when it is set up? can you send me a screen shot
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Jamie McKillopIT ManagerCommented:
The first line is you header and each line after that is a record. For example:

Mailbox
jsmith
fjohnson
mcarr

In the example above you just have one field. One with multiple fields would look like:

Mailbox,SMTP
jsmith,jsmith@domain.com
fjohnson,fjohnson@domain.com
mcarr,mcarr@domain.com

-JJ
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