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How can I setup a user to have full access to users inboxes in exchange 2013

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How do I set this up for exchange 2013
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Ger-mailbox | Add-MailboxPermission -User username -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All

This would work for all existing mailboxes
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And this gives to all users in a db old and new

Get-MailboxDatabase -identity  | Add-ADPermission -user username -AccessRights GenericAll
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do I need to specify the database name
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Use this without specifying anything and it will be for all users old and new on all current dbs.

Get-MailboxDatabase | Add-ADPermission -user username -AccessRights GenericAll

If you add a new db you will need to rerun the command
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your first command worked perfect..
Thanks
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Glad it helped but do keep in mind this works only for existing users and not new ones you will able to run it again to affect new users (if that's what you want)
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so rerun it after new users are added correct?
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yes you can do that or you can use the last command i gave you and it will be done automatically for new users
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ran command
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