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In an exchange 2010 enviroment, when delegating access to another user is there anyway to apply it to all folders in the mailbox without having to change permissions folder by folder?
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You can from the powershell or the Control Panel

via the powershell

Add-MailboxPermission -Identity <mailbox user that you want to view> -User <mailbox user that you was to allow access to> -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All

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also to set send as permission

Add-RecipientPermission <mailbox user that you want to view> -AccessRights SendAs -Trustee <mailbox user that you want to allow to send>

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The term 'Add-RecipientPermission' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file,

exchange 2010 using exchange shell to execute cmd.  Any ideas?
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you could also use the Exchange Control Panel
Right click on the mailbox you want to allow access to-
There should be listed an item 'Send As'
follow the prompts and add the user you want to allow access
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for sendas I use the following:

Add-ADPermission -Identity <DN of mailbox user that you want to sendas> -User <DN of user receiving these rights> -ExtendedRights Send-As

FYI: for this to work you need to have the activedirectory module loaded.

import-module activeDirectory
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cheers
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