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    O365 shared mailbox automapping

    Does anybody know of a way of switching the default behaviour on the shared mailbox automapping? I want it set to $false so that I don't get extra mailboxes appearing in my Outlook 2013.

    I know I can set it per mailbox via powershell, just want it off by default!!

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    AFAIK it per mbx setting.

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    Umh, that's a bit of a blow. We have a number set up for sharing so being able to share them going on would have been very handy.

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    If you make it a standard user mailbox instead of a shared mailbox it will auto map itself in Outlook.

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    What exactly does this do, sorry? Make a mailbox available to a user in Outlook without adding it as a separate account?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    What exactly does this do, sorry? Make a mailbox available to a user in Outlook without adding it as a separate account?
    Yes, You can have multiple mailboxes open in outlook. A shared mailbox in Office 365 won't automatically add it to outlook. A uses mailbox will.

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    How do I get that to work? Just give the user full access?

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