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I've come across the setting to actually add mailbox permissions for a user in the EM shell (get-mailboxdatabase ____ -accessrights....)

But what is the command to show what rights a specific user account has access to an what permissions?
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You can grant permissions for a mailbox in two ways : grant access to a mailbox and its content or grant the right to send messages as the mailbox owner. Please checkout this MS-Magazine to gather more information :http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ff381460.aspx
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Trying to view permissions only (to then remove perhaps) but would like to do this at the mailbox store level not the mailbox level (would take too long)
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