Granting a user full access to another user calendar in Exchange 2007 Powershell / OR using EMC

Posted on 2014-09-18
Last Modified: 2016-06-14
How to grant a user full access to another user calendar in Exchange 2007 Powershell / OR using EMC.

Can someone help me with the exact syntax of how to granting a user full access permission to another user calendar.  Again please the exact syntax I am not great with powershell.

Many Thanks
Question by:Mustafa Osman
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basil2912 earned 500 total points
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Unfortunately the cmdlet in Exchange 2010 set-mailboxfolderpermission is not available in 2007.

Might want to use the script and/or

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