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Administrative Access to other users sub folders?

Postby Nelson Manson » Thu, 17 Jun 2004 15:37:13 GMT

Dear Colleagues:



I have a client who I am setting up an Exchange 2000 server for.  He has
asked me a to set something up for him that involves being able to open up
his employees outlook mailboxes, as well as other items including his users
sent mail items, personally set up folders, deleted items etc.  I short he
is a control freak.



I am well aware that in the Exchange Advanced tab you can set permissions so
that a particular user can allow him to see the contents of hi users inbox.
However, he also wants to be able to see the contents of his users sent
items folder as well as their individually created folders.  This I do not
know how to do.  Under Exchange 5.5 it was a simple matt of signing in with
the credentials for the Exchange 5.5 service account, or setting up outlook
as such a user and then gaining access to such users folders.



Is there a way to grant him the ability to give him the rights to be able to
do this for him via system policies or setting permissions for him to do so?



Advice is greatly appreciated.



I thank you all for your time.



Nelson



Re: Administrative Access to other users sub folders?

Postby Dave Murton » Thu, 17 Jun 2004 17:07:27 GMT

Use Active Directory Users on the exchange server. Its the Exchange Advanced
Tab, click Mailbox Rights, add the user and give them permission for Full
Mailbox Permissions.

That's only for an individual though. I'm sure there is some way you can
propagate the admin permissions from a higher level to save doing this for
each user.

The mailbox can then be viewed from OWA, Office Outlook by adding each
mailbox in Tools, Services, Advanced, or in Office Outlook by simply going
to File - Open other users folder.


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1.Administrative access to users sub folders?

Dear Colleagues:



I have a client who I am setting up an Exchange 2000 server for.  He has
asked me a to set something up for him that involves being able to open up
his employees outlook mailboxes, as well as other items including his users
sent mail items, personally set up folders, deleted items etc.  I short he
is a control freak.



I am well aware that in the Exchange Advanced tab you can set permissions so
that a particular user can allow him to see the contents of hi users inbox.
However, he also wants to be able to see the contents of his users sent
items folder as well as their individually created folders.  This I do not
know how to do.  Under Exchange 5.5 it was a simple matt of signing in with
the credentials for the Exchange 5.5 service account, or setting up outlook
as such a user and then gaining access to such users folders.



Is there a way to grant him the ability to give him the rights to be able to
do this for him via system policies or setting permissions for him to do so?



Advice is greatly appreciated.



I thank you all for your time.



Nelson


2.Administrative Access to users sub folders?

Dear Colleagues:



I have a client who I am setting up an Exchange 2000 server for.  He has
asked me a to set something up for him that involves being able to open up
his employees outlook mailboxes, as well as other items including his users
sent mail items, personally set up folders, deleted items etc.  I short he
is a control freak.



I am well aware that in the Exchange Advanced tab you can set permissions so
that a particular user can allow him to see the contents of hi users inbox.
However, he also wants to be able to see the contents of his users sent
items folder as well as their individually created folders.  This I do not
know how to do.  Under Exchange 5.5 it was a simple matt of signing in with
the credentials for the Exchange 5.5 service account, or setting up outlook
as such a user and then gaining access to such users folders.



Is there a way to grant him the ability to give him the rights to be able to
do this for him via system policies or setting permissions for him to do so?



Advice is greatly appreciated.



I thank you all for your time.



Nelson


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Dear Colleagues:



I have a client who I am setting up an Exchange 2000 server for.  He has
asked me a to set something up for him that involves being able to open up
his employees outlook mailboxes, as well as other items including his users
sent mail items, personally set up folders, deleted items etc.  I short he
is a control freak.



I am well aware that in the Exchange Advanced tab you can set permissions so
that a particular user can allow him to see the contents of hi users inbox.
However, he also wants to be able to see the contents of his users sent
items folder as well as their individually created folders.  This I do not
know how to do.  Under Exchange 5.5 it was a simple matt of signing in with
the credentials for the Exchange 5.5 service account, or setting up outlook
as such a user and then gaining access to such users folders.



Is there a way to grant him the ability to give him the rights to be able to
do this for him via system policies or setting permissions for him to do so?



Advice is greatly appreciated.



I thank you all for your time.



Nelson


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