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Office 365 give rights to specific user on all calendars

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Hi,
I have the following requirement
I have a user: Calendar
I want this user to be able to import data in other calendars.

I want this user to have Full rights on all the calendars in domain for the migration reasons.
Another issue is some user have the calendars named Calendar & some Kalander

Please help with powershell to assign user Calendar full rights on all of calendar or kalander

Thanks a lot!
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by:Spencer Scherer
ID: 41863772
You can try this:

Get-Mailbox | Foreach-Object {Add-MailboxFolderPermission $_”:\Calendar” -User john@domain.com -AccessRights Reviewer}

Get-Mailbox | Foreach-Object {Add-MailboxFolderPermission $_”:\kalander” -User john@domain.com -AccessRights Reviewer}

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Adjust the username as needed.
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by:Ackles
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I had tried this:
Get-Mailbox | Foreach-Object {Add-MailboxFolderPermission $_”:\kalender” -User calendar@xyz.com -AccessRights FullAccess}

but it throws error: cannot process argument transformation on parameter AccessRights . Cannot convert value FullAccess
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FullAccess is not a value you can pass to this.  You will need to pass one of the following:


Author -  CreateItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems

Contributor  - CreateItems, FolderVisible

Editor  - CreateItems, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems

None  - FolderVisible

NonEditingAuthor  - CreateItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems

Owner  - CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderContact, FolderOwner, FolderVisible, ReadItems

PublishingEditor  - CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteAllItems, DeleteOwnedItems, EditAllItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems

PublishingAuthor -  CreateItems, CreateSubfolders, DeleteOwnedItems, EditOwnedItems, FolderVisible, ReadItems

Reviewer -  FolderVisible, ReadItems
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by:Ackles
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Thanks!
I made the user Owner & works!
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by:Spencer Scherer
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Awesome.  Glad to be of assistance.  Have a great weekend!
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