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Exchange 2013 Add-Mailbox permissions (Outlook Tasks)

Posted on 2014-09-17
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Hi

In the past if I want to grant mailbox permissions to just users calandar's I've done it like this...
add-mailboxfolderpermission -identity JSmith:\Calandar -user jbloggs -accessrights PublishingEditor

If I want to now just grant permissions to the Tasks I would have thought I could use the :\Tasks switch but this doesn't work.  

is it called something else or is this just not possible?

Regards
Gareth
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by:imkottees
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Hi,

It worked for me with 2010, please verify the command. Please post the error here.
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Murali Reddy earned 500 total points
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There is no change in the format.

The identity parameter accepts <PrimarySMTPaddreess:\Tasks> or <Alias:\Tasks> as a valid input. Please check if you are using a valid format and post the details here to check.
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by:ChallowSupport
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Yes you are quite right it does still work.. I think I had already granted full mailbox access to that user before which was why it was not letting me add the permission.  The problem was that the error message was misleading.

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