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Outlook 2010 Access Delegate entries lost after running importprf.

Posted on 2014-03-23
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Hi,
I'm using the following command (after a 2003 to 2003 migration) to apply a prf file for Outlook 2010 Windows 7 users who are being migrated via Exmerge:
outlook.exe /importprf \\server1\share\outlook.prf
This works well & retains settings pre migration except for "delegate access".
Does anyone know if this can be carried over some way. I've heard that quest tools can fully migrate over the "delegate access"settings on a mailbox, but we unfortunately cannot use this tool (not in budget).
Or us it a case that delegate access settings just have to manually added post mig & importprf?
Thanks
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Question by:meepmaker
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Delegate access is a domain setting, so I wouldn't expect it to be brought across using a PST migration method. You will need to get that configured again (as you will for full mailbox and send as permissions).

Simon.
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