Delegated Access Information

Hi my name is Ricardo and i am new here. :)

All i want to know (for now) is if when someone gives delegated acces in Outlook, that information (who as access and what type) is stored somewhere in the Exchange server.

Cheers,
Ricardo
Ricardo AlmeidaAsked:
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi Ricardo,

Welcome to EE.

Yes, that is stored on the Exchange Server.

Alan.
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Ricardo AlmeidaAuthor Commented:
Hello Alan,

First thank you so much for the fast reply.

Can you point me to the right direction? i was searching and didn't find the information that i need....

Cheers,
Ricardo
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi Ricardo,

Firstly, my apologies - I misinterpreted what you meant by 'All i want to know' too literally.  I did not mean to be funny with my first post.

If I understand correctly, you can get what you want using this command from the Exchange Management Shell:

Get-MailboxFolderPermission -Identity Username

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Where 'username' is whatever user you are interested in.

Does that give you what you need?


Thanks,

Alan.
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Ricardo AlmeidaAuthor Commented:
Alan,

First thank you for the reply and i'm sorry for not explain well what i want.

I have already used that command and it didn't gave me the information that i needed.

This is the situation:

Someone gave in the Outlook, delegated access to a mailbox of a top user in our company to another user. We checked in Exchange and the second user as no permissions given by the IT department.
We want to list (if possible) all the users that have some kind of access given this way.

Tell me if i clarified the situation.

Cheers,
Ricardo
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi Ricardo,

Not entirely sure what you mean, but you could try this:  Execute each command, one at a time, at the EMS prompt, and then open the resulting CSV file in Excel or whatever you like.

$Z10_Data = Get-Mailbox

$Z20_Data = $Z10_Data | Get-MailboxPermission

$Z30_Data = $Z20_Data | Select *, @{n='AccessRights'; e={$_.AccessRights -Join ','}} -Exclude AccessRights

$Z30_Data | Export-CSV C:\Temp\ZZ_MailboxPermissions.csv -NoTypeInformation

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If you open in Excel (say), and filter on the 'User' field, you can see what access permissions a given user has across all the mailboxes.  If you filter on the 'Identity' field, you can see who has permissions to a given mailbox.

Does that give you what you need?

Alan.
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