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Exchange 2013 - Calendar Permissions

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We are using Exchange 2013, and since it does NOT have a EMC, and you have to use ECP.

How do I give myself permissions to someones calendar, via the ECP console.
If that cannot be done via powershell.

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by:Todd Nelson
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Without the EMC, you are limited.  You will have to give yourself delegated Full Access permissions.

  • EAC
  • Recipients
  • Mailboxes
  • Open mailbox properties
  • Mailbox Delegation
  • Add your mailbox to Full Access Permissions.
  • Save

Make sure AD replication completes and in about 15 minutes you should have access to the entire mailbox--even from your Outlook client.
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by:zero000kool
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I am confused:  Exchange 2013 does not have EMC.
Everything new in Exchange 2013 is web-based management console, not EMC but EAC.
The EAC replaces the EMC.

https://serverFQDN/ecp
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Sorry. My mistake. I read it as though you wrote there was no EMS as it seems you cannot make changes via PowerShell.

If you do have access to the management shell, then use a command similar to these to explicitly assign permissions to gain access to a user's calendar...

Set-MailboxFolderPermission "Username:\calendar" -User YOURNAME -AccessRights Owner

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Add-MailboxFolderPermission "Username:\calendar" -User YOURNAME -AccessRights Owner

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