Outlook & Exchange 2003 Permissions



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Outlook & Exchange 2003 Permissions

Postby JayBee » Sun, 30 Jul 2006 06:40:16 GMT

Just incase I missed this resolution....

I have an issue where I need to give access to an assistant to only ONE
subfolder in her managers mailbox/inbox (out of 50 ) and a few Contact

Can anybody let me know how to? I know how set permissions per folder,
but when I give acces through the server........you can see all of the

Any suggestions?

Re: Outlook & Exchange 2003 Permissions

Postby Sue Mosher [MVP-Outlook] » Sun, 30 Jul 2006 06:54:04 GMT

> but when I give acces through the server........you can see all of the

Then permissions are set too loosely elsewhere -- either on the individual folders, which you can check in Outlook -- or at the mailbox level, which you can check with ADU&C. In the scenario you describe, permission should be granted in Outlook -- reviewer for the folders to be viewed, and folder visible for their parent folders, put to the root. 

Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
   Author of Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
   and Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for 
     Administrators, Power Users, and Developers

Re: Outlook & Exchange 2003 Permissions

Postby Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] » Mon, 31 Jul 2006 02:37:44 GMT

JayBee < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > typed:

You can't do this in Exchange. It's all or nothing at all. Take away the 
Full Mailbox Rights you've evidently assigned, and have the manager set up 
permissions in his/her own mailbox folders.

To see any folders other than the defaults one sees in file | open | other 
user's folders, the "delegate" needs at least 'reviewer' rights to the root 
of the other mailbox in Outlook. Then in the delegate's Outlook, go to the 
properties of the Exchange server service, advanced tab, and add the other 
mailbox there - it will now show up in their folder list.

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