How i can give access to muktipe users on a share calendar

Posted on 2014-08-12
Last Modified: 2014-08-16
Hi guys,

I have a share mailbox and would like to create 2 security groups one for review and the other is author.

Could you please assist me an instruction on how to do that please, as this is the first time, and would like to do it right.

Please advise if there is other way to do that

Thank you in advance

Question by:Rabihhaj
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    Hi Rabih,

    1. what you would do is create the mailbox as per normal (hopefully you have done this before)
    2. create the 2 security group names you want.. make sure you always keep to a format your company uses.. IE all mailbox access security groups are s-res-mail-%mailboxname-rw/r  so that anyone can see s = security - res = restricted  mail = you know its for shared mailbox %mailboxname = mailbox name to identify it and rw/r = the permissions the mailbox group will give
    3. then you would go into the security tab in exchange and see the security groups (there will be a few by default)
    4. add the 2 groups you have created and then highlight them and select what permissions these groups will have on that mailbox
    5. repeat for security groups 2/3/4/5 etc

    Now add the users into the respective groups
    Lucy j
    Peter M
    Shaun C

    Are to have RW access so you add them into the s-res-mailbox-Finance-rw group

    Sam t
    luke r
    Katie f

    are to have read access only so you add them into
    s-res-mailbox-Finance-r group

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