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Folder permissions using PFDAVAdmin for Exchange 2010

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I'm trying to add folder permission to individual mailboxes on Exchange 2010, using PFDAVAdmin.

I'm currently having the error below.

PFDAVAdmin Error
Any ideas?!
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Ya, it will not work, as you need to use Exfolders now. PFDAVADMIN will not work with 2010. Download Exfolders from below link and use it.

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Exchange-2010-SP1-ExFolders-e6bfd405
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sorry I have 1 further question about exfolders. Is it possible to give rights / permissions thorugh a group or does it have to be by individual user.

Also if the anonymous was given owner rights would this allow all users to access the inbox?
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