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Outlook 2010 - duplicate mailboxes caused by automap

Posted on 2016-10-19
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Some of the permissions are a bit of a mess. It seems full access has been granted from the console. This means, so I understand, that automap is enabled.

We've got one particular set of users who want send as and full permissions to each other. Also, because they want sent items to go to the correct sent items box, they've been set up with the mailboxes in the profile. (i.e. not as additional mailboxes under the main one).

However ,we've now got duplicates in outlook. I know how to get rid of (remove full access permissions, re-add with automap=false) but first of, how to list permission inc automap status?
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The automapping is stored in the AD account under the msExchDelegateListLink

So you would want to use

Get-ADUser -Identity user -Properties msExchDelegateListLink | Select msExchDelegateListLink

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This will tell you the accounts that will receive the user mailbox via automapping.

The automapping is stored on the mailbox that you are granting permissions on.

So if you have a shared mailbox called "Orders", the automapping is stored on the "orders" mailbox and the msExchDelegateListLink contains the AD objects that will receive the automapping to the orders mailbox.

For other permissions to a particular mailbox you can refer to the following article by MVP Paul:

http://exchangeserverpro.com/list-users-access-exchange-mailboxes/
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